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9 Catalogue 



CHRONOLOGICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE 



OF 



Paintings, Drawings, & Engravings, 



BY AND AFTER 



WILLIAM GRIMALDI, R.A., Paris. 

{Enamel Painter Extraordinary to George IV,) 



Born 1751. Died 1830. 



" In workyng well, if trauell you sustaine : 

Into the winde shall lightly passe the payne : 

But of the deed the glory shall remaine, 

And cause your name with worthy wightes to raigne/ 

Nicholas Grimaldi^ 1557. 



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Privately Printed. 



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preface. 



T^HE following Catalogue of the Works of W. Grimaldi, R.A., has been 
compiled from the Collection in the possession of his Daughter, designa- 
ted by the initials L.F.E., and from those now possessed by his two Daughters- 
in-Law, respectively designated by the initials, C. G. and M. A. G. The 
following works have also furnished the names and dates of others not found 
in these Collections : The Official Annual * Catalogue of the Exhibition of 
the Royal Academy of London', 4to, 1786 to 1830. ' Life of William Gri- 
maldi, by Stacey Grimaldi/ 4to, MS. vol, Greenwich, 1831. 'An account 
of all the Enamel Pictures, painted by William Grimaldi,' by himself, 8vo, 
MS. vol, London, 1830. A MS. 8vo, vol, London, 1812, containing an ac- 
count of some of his Water-Colour Miniatures, by himself. A MS. 8vo 
vol, entitled ' Statement of the Effects of my late dear Father William Gri- 
maldi, which came into my possession on his death, 28 May, 1830," by W. 
Grimaldi, H.E.I.C. The descriptions, &c., within inverted commas, are 
from one of his works mentioned above, the other descriptions are from the 
miniatures themselves. The years in which he exhibited at the Royal 
Academy, were 1786 to 1793, 179S, 1796, 1798 to 1812, 1815 to 1824, 1830. 
It has not been possible to identify all those sent, as some were entered 
without any names or descriptions. Besides those enumerated he painted 
miniatures at Gosportand Portsmouth in 1772, at Southampton, Gloucester, 
Worcester, and Shrewsbury in 1773, at Chester in 1774, at Southampton 
and Newport in 1775, at Portsmouth and Southampton in 1776 ; and 
from 1777 to 1785, he painted numerous miniatures in Paris. In 
that year he settled in London, where he pursued his Profession till his 
death in 1830. No record seems to have been preserved of the labours of 
these years, but from 1772, when he first painted on his own account, to 
1830, a period of 58 years, he probably executed little short of 1,000 Minia- 
tures, or an average of 17 in each year. 

As to their value, only a vague approximation can be made to those in 
the Catalogue. The Oils may perhaps be reckoned at 20, at ;^ 10 each, or 
£2QO, Of the Enamels 6 were sold for ;^340, and 24 may be estimated at 
£760 f or ;^ 1, 100 for the 30, while 8 were spoilt in firing. Of the Water- 
Colour Miniatures 67 were sold for ;^ 2,350, and the remaining 375 may be 



estimated at ;f 7,650, or ;^io,ooo for the 442. This would put a value of 
£1 1,300 upon those Catalogued. The largest collection of his works, (those 
marked M.A.G.) may be estimated at ;f2SO for the Enamels, and ;^i,7SO for 
the rest, or ;^2,ooo for the set of miniatures : of these No. 12 seems the 
highest at ;^I3I, for an enamel, and No. 167, at £146, for a Water-Colour. 
No. 215, at ;^i 8s. being the] least. Some 20 of the Miniatures were 
Exhibited at an Evening Soiree at Kings College, London, in 1857, and 
again at Ironmongers Company Fine Art Exhibition in their Hall, London, 
on May,3 , 4, S, in 1861. Those which were at the former have K.C.L., and 
those at the latter, I.H.L., affixed to them, and were mentioned in " The 
AthefKBum^' for May nth, London 1 861. 

In further explanation of the arrangement of the Catalogue, it may be 
noticed that, in each of the nine divisions the works are entered in the order 
in which they were executed with the year of painting and artist's age ap- 
pended, while those the dates of which are unknown are placed last. 

The place and year of Exhibition is also added, but where no place is 
mentioned the Royal Academy Exhibition is to be understood, and where 
no year is mentioned, the painting was executed and exhibited in the same 
year. 

All inscriptions in the Artist's handwriting, found on his works, and those 
engraved by his order on their frames, have been transcribed verbatim, 
except that his designation is not repeated each time, and placed between 
commas. 

In Divisions VIII, IX, the words within commas are those which are en- 
graved on the plate. 

Where reference is made to a number only, that number will be found in 
the same Division. 

The pronoun his refers to the Artist himself throughout the Catalogue. 

The size of the picture exclusive of the frame is given in inches and 
decimals of inches. 

The addresses within commas are taken from one of William Grimaldi's 
MS. books already referred to. 

Number i, page 7, has been entered by mistake, and was painted by his 
friend Mr. Pocock. 

For many of the descriptions and dates, the Catalogue is indebted to the 
labour and research of M. B. Grimaldi, of Hernden. 

ALEXANDER BEAUFORT GRIMALDI, M.A. 

Gonville and Cuius Collegey Cambridge. 

OuTWELL, Isle of Ely, 

May Day, 1873. 



Contente. 



PAGE. 

Title ---- i 

Preface 3 

Contents 5 

I. Oil Paintings 7 

II. Enamel Miniatures 8 . 

III. Water-Colour Miniatures - . - . 13—43 

IV. Water-Colojjr Drawings 39 

V. Pencil Drawings -.-... 44 

VI. Indian Ink Drawings 50 

VII. Crayon Drawings 51 

VIII. Copper Plate Engravings 52 

IX. Engravings after W. Grimaldi - - . - 53 
Index of Persons 57 



I (BH pamtmss. 



1 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, RA. 

Borfi 1751, died 1830. Half figure, life size, head uncovered, full face, 
painted from life, when about 60, on cativaS) rectangular. M. A. G. 

2 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, H.E.IC. 

His eldest son, when a boy. Bom 1786, died 1835, painted for his wife, 
on canvas, rectangular, before 1796. M. A. G. 

3 LOUISA FRANCES GRIMALDI 

Married to Rev. John Edmeads,' Vicar of Preshute, Wilts., his only 
daughter, when a girl. Born 1785, painted for his wife, on canvas, 
rectangular. M. A. G. 

4 STAGEY GRIMALDI. FS.A,, RG.H,S,, KK.A.S.; RS.S. 

His second son, when aged 34, painted in 182^, when 71 years old. 
Born 1790, Died 1863. On canvas, rectangular, for W. Grimaldi, H.RI.C. 

M. A. G. 

5 JOHN BRENCHELEY. 

A wealthy brewer of Maidstone, Kent, and his old friend* This 
Portrait was engraved by Jones, see Engravings No. 51. 

6 Mrs. AUST. 

An old friend who lived at Limehouse, Middlesex. 

7 Mrs. smith. Senior. 

8 A LEARNED DOCTOR. 

Friend of Lord Chancellor Thurlow, after an original for his family. 

9 HENRY EDWARD BUNBURY. 

Afterwards Colonel Sir H. E. Bunbury, VIL Baronet Born 1778. 
Died i860. Page of honour to Queen Charlotte. A boy in red velvet 
sitting on a bank, head bare, his hands on his knees, after the original 
oil by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Sold (in mistake as by Reynolds) in 
1811, for;^7. 

io A LANDSCAPE. 

A miniature painting. 4. 5. by 3. S- inches 
II VARIOUS PAINTINGS. 

He painted some oil pictures for some old friends and connections in 

London, between the years 1820 and 1825. 



entr of (BH fMxitins^. 



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IL Ciiamel iKfntaturesi. 



YEAR AGE 

1 UNA AND THE LION, OR URANIE. 1785 34 

'• The first was a small Enamel of Una with the Lion, after a Print, 
painted in 1785, and on a plate of my own making in Paris, I passed it 
also myself in the furnace, and as near as I can recollect it took me 3 
weeks." Oval 1.875 x 1.5 inches, full length figure sitting on the bank 
with the Lion beside her, spoilt. P.T. M. A. G. 

2 THE SWISS WATERFALL. 1785 34 

" There was another small enamel painted by my Father about this time 
(1785) as I believe, being a copy of his landscape of the Waterfall, 
It is now set as a broach, and worn by M.A.G., S. Grimaldi, 1844." 
Oval 2 X 1.25 inches. M. A. G. 

3 A HUNTING PARTY. about 1786 35 

" Also a Hunting party on a watch plate," round, 1.5 inches in diameter. 

M.A.G 

4 LORD ALTAMONT. before 1787 36 

Painted from his water colour miniature No. 19, in France. 

5 LORD ALTAMONT. about 1787 36 

Copy of No. 4 for himself. In the possession of S. Grimaldi, F.S.A. 
in 1854. 

6 H.R.H. GEORGE, PRINCE OF WALES, K,G. 1790 39 

Afterwards George IV. Born 1762. Succeeded 1820. Died 1830. 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy Exhibition, Somerset House, London, 
1st May, 1792, No. 260. From his water colour miniature No. 31. 

7 A PORTRAIT OF A PERSON UNKNOWN. 1790 39 

Exhibited with No. 6, at Somerset House. 

8 H.R.H. GEORGE, PRINCE OF WALES, K,G. 1792 4i 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, ist May, 1792. No. 260. Copy 
of No. 6. 

9 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT, P.R.A. 1792 4i 

Born 1723. Died 1792. His friend and patron. Exhibited with 
No. 8, as No. 263. From his water colour miniature No. S^* 

ID H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD, K,G. 1806 55 

Born 1765. Died 1806. " From thisr time all my enamelling lay dor- 
mant till the year 1 806. This picture took me much time, and labour 
and was 18 times in the fire. Size 5.5. X 4.5. The plate cost 10.6. 
Passing the fire i. 16. o. Mettle Rim o. 18. o. Glass, o. 17. 0=4. i. 6. A 
gold carved frame, 18 12. March 24th. Sold to his Grace the Duke 
of Devonshire. 54 10. o." From his water colour miniature No. 114. 

II H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., Jir.(?. 1806 55 

Born 1738. Succeeded 1760. Died 1820. "June 20th, 1806, H. M. 



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George III. 1760. From my miniature after Sir W. Beechey. (No. 305.) 
Size 5.25 X 4.375. This picture did not succeed very well, but was be- 
spoke by the Marquis of Wellesley and I was fearful of passing it any 
more in the fire. Size 7.5. x 4.25. The plate was made by Griffiths, 
I. 10.6. Fire seven times o. 14.0. Bezel 1.2.0. Glass concave. 1. 10. o. 
Outside frame o. 16. 0=5. 12. 6. This picture took me one month, June. 
Sold to the Marquis of Wellesley, 52. 10. Second Enamel, 1806." 

12 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III. K,G. 1806 55 

"Third enamel. After my miniature. In the Royal Blue uniform. 
Size 5.25 X4.25. Second of the King. This picture cracked but was 
recovered. The enamel plate by Long, o. 10. 6. Passing the fire 13 
times, I. 6. o. A mettle rim, o. 18. o. A glass, o. 16. o. A carved 
frame, with arms. 3. 16. o. A tin case, o. 6. o. Deal box with lock, 
o. 10. o. Sundries, o. 2. 6.=8. 5. o. This picture took me 37 days, 
which at o. 10. o. per day, is 18. 10. o. January 29th, 18 10. Sent to 
Mr. Smith at Madras by Captain Nesbitt, and sold for 100. o. o. The 
sum was to be 131. 5. o." 

13 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT, V.RA. 1806 55 

"Fourth enamel. First of Sir Joshua Reynolds, and lost. Size 5.5 x 
4.375. Enamel plate by Griffith, i. 10. 11. Passing the fire 7 times, 

0. 14. o. and 34 days* labour. This plate gave me infinite trouble and 
labour, by cracking in the fire, then being mended, and at last lost. 
Never can be recovered. The labour or time in painting and mending 
took me 20 days." Rectangular, full face, slightly turned to right. P/T 

M. A. G. 

14 H.G JOHN. I. DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, K.G. 1806 55 

" Sixth enamel, H. G. the Great Duke of Marlborough, from the origi- 
nal half length at Marlborough House. The Marquis presented this 
to the Emperor Alexander of Russia when in England in 1816. 
Enamel plate by Long o. 10. 6. Passing the fire 16 times, i. 12. o. 
Mettle Rim o. 18. o. Glass, o. 17. o, Carved frame ^tith the Arms 
and Roman Eagle, 4. 10. o. The arms in enamel and glass o. 10. 0.= 
8. 17. 6. Sold 1807 to the Marquis of Blandford. Picture 52. 10. o. 
Frame 10. 10. b.=63. o. o." Born 1650. Created 1702. Died 1722. 
Exhibited 1806. No. 779. 

15 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT, P,R,A. 1807 56 

"Fifth enamel. Second of Sir Joshua, and lost. Size 5.5x4.375. 
Enamel plate by Griffith i. 10. o. Passing the fire 6 times, o. 12.0.= 

1. 12. o. This picture gave me much trouble, it came in scratches, and 
many ways were tried to recover it, but in vain. All my labour was 
therefore lost. The painting took me 3 weeks." 3 qrs. face looking to 
the right. L. F. E. 

16 VISCOUNT HORATIO LORD NELSON, K.G. 1807 S6 

Bom 1758. Created 1798. Died 1805. " Seventh enamel. Size 5.5 
X 4.375. Enamel plate by Long, o. 10. 6. Passing the fire 8 times, 
o. 16. o. Mettle Rim, o. 17. o. Glass, o. 18. o. Carved outside frame. 

2. 2. 0=5. 3. 6. The painting took me 21 days. Cost me 5. 14. o. 
Presented to Lord Headley for his kindness to my son William, when 
going to India. Picture worth forty pounds." Exhibited May, 1807, 
No. 748. 

17 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III. K.G. 1808 57 

"Eighth enamel. Size 5.25x4.375. Spoilt in the firing, lost. Plate 
by Griffith, i. o. o. Passing the fire 14 times, i. 8. o. Much time was 
lost on this picture, it cracked, then was mended, then painted upon, 



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ami then cracked again, again mended, and at last I was obliged to give 
it up as a lost picture." M. A. G. 

iS SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT, P.R.A. 1809 S8 

" Ninth enamel. Size 6.125 x 4-S- Third of Sir Joshua. Lost labour 
Plate I. 10. o. Passing the fire 9 times, o. 18. 0=2. 8. o. Five weeks' 
labour lost. It became scratchey, and very bad. The plate was Mr. 
Griffith's.*' Inscription on the back, " Sir Josh. Reynolds, Knt. Pain- 
ted by Wm. Grimaldi. Enamel paii>ter to H.R.H., the Prince of 
Wales, 1809."' Rectangular. Full face looking to the right F.T. M. A. G. 

19 VISCOUNT HORATIO LORD NELSON, K,G. 1809 S8 

" Tenth enamel. Second of Nelson. This picture cracked, and was 
recovered. Enamel plate, i. o. o. Passing the fire* 16 times, i. I2. o. 
Mettle rim, o. 17. o. Glass, o. 8. o. A carved frame, 2. 10. o. Tin case, 
o. 10. 6. Outside case with look, o, 10. o. Sundries o. 5. o.=7. 12. 6. 
Took 36 days' labour, 181 3, January. Sent it to India by Captain. 
Nesbitt, to be sold for 63. o. o.*^ From his water colour miniature. 

20 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT, P.R.A. i8xo 59 

" Eleventh enamel. Size 5.125 x 4.375. Fourth of Sir Joshua, October. 
Plate, I. o. o. Passing the fire 23 times, 2. 6. o. Mettle rim, o. 17. o 
Glass, o. 8. o.=4. 1 1. o. This picture took me 46 days' labour, and is a 
very fine enamel. Unsold May ist 181 3. Now in the hands of Stacey 
Grimaldi, Esq., 1826.'^' Exhibited May, 18 12. No. 626. M. A. G. 

21; H.B.M. KING CHARLES I., K^G. i8u 60 

Bom 1600. Succeeded 1625. Beheaded 1641. "Twelfth enamel 
After the large figure on horseback by Vandyke at Marlborough 
House. This picture cracked and afterwards some part broke by a 
fall. But I recovered it quite perfect. N.B. The above was the cause 
of it going 5 times in the fire more than it otherwise would. Plate the 
same size as the miniature, i. 10. o. Passing the fire 16 times, 2. 8. o. 
Mettle rim, i. 10. o. Glass. 7. o. Erecting a scaffold in the parlour at 
Marlborough House to paint the picture in miniature, 4. o. 0=9. 15. o. 
Time of painting etc., 3 weeks. 18 18. Sold to Mr. Percival of Bishop's 
Hall, Epping, Essex, for 52. 10. o. He only gave 50. o. o. in two drafts 
on Drummond, the last dated May 17th, 1819." Exhibited i8i6. No 
706. 

22 H.B.M. KING HENRY VII., K.G. '1S13 62^ 

Born 1458. Succeeded 1485. Died 1509. "Thirteenth enamel. From 
a very fine picture at Countess of Waldegrave's at Twickenham. This 
plate cracked and was mended and touched with water colour. Sent 
to the Exhibition in 18 18, No. 887. Plate by Long, i. 10. o. Passing 
the fire 7 times, o. 14. o. Expenses at Twickenham, 3. 10. 0=5. 14- O- 
Time of Painting, 21 days. 1827. In my hands. Sold to Mr. Percival." 
Form his water colour miniature No. 177. Exhibited 18 18. No. 887. 

23 PORTRAIT OF Mr. INGGULDEN. 1815 64 

" Twenty-second enamel. A small oval after my miniature of himself. 
Cash received 21. o. o. November 29th, 18 15." 

See his Water colour miniature No. 197. 

24 H.G. ARTHUR, I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON. K,G. 1817 66 

Born 1767. Created 1814. Died 1862. " Fourteenth enamel. Duke 
of Wellington No. i, from a bust by Turneille. Painted upon Bishop's 
Plate, 2.75x2. Made by Essex, o. 16.0. Passing the fire 6 times. 
o. 12. o. Blue back ground. In Stacey 's hands 1826." M. A. G, 

See his Water colour miniature No. 314. 



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25 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1817 66 

"Fifteenth enamel. Duke of Wellington No. 2. After the bust. 
Payse Plate by Essex, 2.75 x 2 inches. Octagon, o. 16. o. Passing the 
fire, 7 times, o. 14. o. Case, o. 7. 6.= i. 17. 6. Upon a red crimson 
ground. In my hands, W.G. 1826." 

See his Water colour miniature No. 314. 

26 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G. 1817 66 

" Sixteenth enamel. Duke of Wellington No. 3. After the bust. Plate 
by Essex, 2.75 x 2 inches. Octagon, o. 16. o. Passing the fire 7 times, 
o. 14. o.=i. 10. o. On a brown ground. In Stacey's hands, 1826." 
Inscription at back. " Duke of Wellington, Prince of Waterloo, Knight 
of the Garter, Duke of Vittoria and Cuidad Rodrigo and Grandee of 
the First Class in Spain, Marquis of Torres Vedras, Grand Cross of the 
Order of the Sword, in Portugal, Field Marshall and Commander in 
Chief of the Allied Armies in the Peninsular and France. By W. 
Grimaldi. Enamel Painter to his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, 
18 1 5." M.A.G. 

From his Water colour miniature No 314. 

27 H.R.H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES. I818 67 

Born 1726. Married Leopold Prince of Saxe-Coburg, 18 16. Died 181 7 
'•Seventeenth enamel. After a bust by Turneille. Plate 3x2.125. 
inches by Essex, o. 16. o. Passing fire 14 times, i. 8. 0=2. 4. o. 
Upon red back ground. 32 days* labour." Inscription. " Princess 
Charlotte of Wales by William Grimaldi, 1818." Three quarters face to 
her left. Octagonal. M.A.G. 

See his Water colour miniature. 

28 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON. AT.G^. 1818 67 

" Eighteenth enamel. From my own original miniature that the Duke 
sat 4 times to me, and the different orders were taken from nature at 
the Duke's house. Plate by Essex, 5.625 X4.75 inches. Oval, i. o. o. 
Passing the fire 18 times, 1.9. 0=2. 9. o. Labour 5 weeks. 1825, re- 
mains unfinished in Stacey's hands. W. G." Inscription on frame. 
" W. Grimaldi Enamel painter to his R.H. The Prince Regent. L.F.E. 

See No. 189. 

29 H.G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1819 68 

" Nineteenth enamel. From my miniature and from Lawrence's pic- 
ture of the Duke on horseback in the cloak he fought in at Waterloo. 
Finished February i8th, 1819. Plate 2.75 x 2 inches, o. 16. o. Passing 
fire 15 times, i. 10. o. Labour of 32 days at o. 10. o. per day, 6. o. o. 
Case, o. 7. 6.=i8. 13. 6. In my hands W. G 1826." Inscription "Duke 
of Wellington, Prince of Waterloo, by William Grimaldi, Enamel Pain- 
ter to H.R.H.The Prince Regent, 1819." Octagonal. Full face slightly 
turned to right. M.A.G. 

See his Water colour miniature No. 186. 

30 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, i:.C. 1819 68 

" Twentieth enamel. After my miniature from the Duke with all his 
Orders. Plate cost i. 10. o. Passing the fire 16 times, i. 12. o. Labour 
Expenses, 3. 12. o.=6. 14. o. This enamel was afterwards touched or 
mended with water colours, and, went to Ireland, and after two years 
returned much damaged with an expense of 3. 12. o. It is now, 1826, 
in the Irands of my son Stacey. The above miniature was sold to Cap- 
tain Edwin Stacey of Maidstone, who fought in Spain under the Duke.'* 

See his Water colour miniature No. 189. 



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31 THE REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M,A. 1827 76 

Bom 1703. Died 1791. "Twenty-first enamel. After my own minia- 
ture (No. 42) painted from Mr. Romney's oil picture in the year 1788. 
Began September 12th, 1827. Plate enamel oval by Essex, cost, o. 12.0. 
Passing the fire 12 times at o. i. 6. each time, o. 18. o. Days labour 30 
and colours at o. 10. o. per day, 15. o. o.=i6. 10. o. Size 3.5x2.75. 
Finished August, 1828. Passed the fire twice since, o. 3.0. Inside frame 
9.25 X 8.625, width, .625 inches, cost o. 17. o. Metal, or silver plate at 
the back, with engraving and glass over it, o. 18. o. Real cost 18. 10. o, 
Presented to the Wesleyan Missionary Society, Nov. 1829." W. M. 
Magazine, March, 1830. 

32 HENRY EDWARD BUNBURY. 1830 79 

** Twenty-third enamel. Of Master Bunbury, after my miniature from 
Sir Joshua Reynolds. Plate enamel oval, cost o. 12. o. Passing fire 7 
times at o. i. 6. each, by W. Essex, 1830, o. 10. 6=1. 2. 6. With 
metal rim and outside frame. Sent to the Exhibition (No. 460.) Somer- 
set House." This was his last enamel, and was taken from the Academy 
after his death. Full face. See his water colour miniature No. 34. 
Size 3.5x3 inches. M.A.G. 

33 H.B.M. KING HENRY Vn., K.G. 

Cracked. Given to Mr. Satchwell of 76, Upper Ebury Street, Chelsea, 
in 1830. From his Water colour miniature No, 177. 

34 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 

Cracked. Duplicate of No. 28. C.G 

35 H,G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, iT.a 

Spoilt in firing. After his water colour miniature No. 189, 

36 H.G.ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 

Bust after Nollekins. Spoilt in firing. 

37 THE REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M.A. 

Received by W. Grimaldi, H.E.I.C. on the death of his Father in 
1830, oval. C.G. 

38 ARTHUR, L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1817 66 

" Duke of Wellington, Prince of Waterloo. By W. Grimaldi, Enamel 
Painter to the Prince Regent, 18 17, Bishop," at back ''Duke of Welling- 
ton by W. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter to the Prince Regent," on front. 
Bust in profile of a stone grey colour on a blue ground, looking to the 
right, 2.75 X 2.125 inches. Octagonal. L.B.G. 



entr of enamel iifliniaturesf* 



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IIL WB&ttv^tolovix iHmfatared. 



YEAR AGE 

1 ORNAMENTAL DIAL PLATE. 1763 12 

Inscription at the back. " Painted by William Grimaldi, when a boy, 
about 1763. Given me by my Aunt Hodgson, October 14th, i8. 
Stacey Grimaldi." Size 2.125x3,125 inches. Painted on Card. The 
lower part is square, containing a dial ornamented with sprigs, and 
flowers, within the circle are the letters " W. G." Above the dial is 
painted a small landscape of a river, shed, boat, men, &c., the whole 
'^ being set in a mahogany back and glazed. M. A. G. 

2 A GENTLEMAN NAMED BARKER about 1771 20 

Of Norwich, Norfolk. .? His cousin, 

3 A GENTLEMAN NAMED BARTON. 1773 22 

His cousin, of Gloucester. 

4 ESTHER GRIMALDI (BORN BARTON.) about 1773 22 

His Mother. Born 1721. Died 1774. Full face, in white hood, oval 
His first portrait from life, for her. A, B. G. 

5 A YOUTH NAMED BARTON. 1773 22 

Son of Mr. Barton of Gloucester. From life, at Gloucester. 

6 A GENTLEMAN NAMED WOOD. 1773 22 

For whom it was painted. Banker of Gloucester, where it was painted. 
Father of the wealthy miser of that city. 

7 PORTRAIT OF A LADY 1773 22 

Three quarters face looking to her right. Size 1.75 x 1.5 inches, oval. 

L. F. E. 

8 MISS DEWHURST. 1774 23 

Daughter of the Rector of Harley, Shropshire, Painted for Mr. Dew- 
hurst at the Rectory. 

4 % 9 LE MARQUISE DE COLVILLE. 1776 25 

Painted in Paris. 

10 PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN PERSON. 1777 26 

Painted in Paris, September. 5 guineas. 

11 PORTRAIT OF A FOREIGN LADY. 1777 26 

Painted in Paris, for Abbe Clouet, Aumonier du Roi. 

12 THOMAS FRANKS. 1779 28 

Maitre d*Hotel du Due de Biron. Paris. "Painted in Paris 1779, by 
Wm. Grimaldi" 3 quarters face looking to his left 2.125 x 2.75 inches. 
Oval. L. F. E. 

13 LE MAITRE DU MENU PLAISIRS DU ROI. 1780 29 

Painted in Paris. 



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14 DAVID VII. VISCOUNT STORMONT 1780 29 

Son of the English Ambassador to France. Born 1727. Succeeded 
1748. Died 1796. Painted in Paris. 

15 THOMAS FRANKS, 1780 29 

Duplicate of No. 12. Painted in Paris. 

16 JOHN. EARL OF WESTMORELAND. 1781 30 

*'Earl of Westmoreland by William Grimaldi, 1781." Born 1759. 
Died 1 84 1. Half figure, 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, in scarlet and 
ermine cloak. After Reynolds, Oval. 5.125x4.25 inches. On ivory. 
Exhibited at K.C.L., and I.H.L, T. H. m. a. g. 

17 MONSIEUR A. before 1784 '33 

Painted in Paris. One of his earliest and best miniatures. 

18 MONSIEUR A. before 1784 33 

Copy of No. 17, for himself. Painted in Paris. In his painting desk 
Jit his decease. U. A. G. 

19 LORD ALTAMONT. before 1784 33 

Succeeded 1 78 1. Alive 1820. Title extinct Painted in PariSi 

20 LORD ALTAMON.T before 1784 33 

Copy of No. 19, for himself. Painted in Paris. On Ivory. Oval. 
1.625 X 1.37 inches 3. qrs. face looking to his right. T. IV. M. A. G. 

21 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. before 1785 34 

Painted in Paris. Small size. 

52 MARCHIONESS OF THOMOND 1785 34 

Born 1751, Palmer. Niece of Sir Joshua Reynolds. Married V, Earl, 
and I. Marquis of Thomond. Died 1820. After Reynolds, 12 guineas. 

23 MARCHIONESS OF THOMOND. 1785 34 

Copy of No. 22 for himself. Half figure, with black hat and feather. 
''12. 12. o." On ivory, oval .2.625 X 2.5 inches. m. A. O. 

.24 LE CHEVALIER DE GORDON. before 1786 35 

Painted in Paris. 

25 LE PRINCE DE CONDE. before 1786 35 

Painted in Paris. 

fl6 &A.R. LE DUC D'ORLEANS. before 1786 35 

Born 1747. Guilotined 1793. Known as Phillippe Egalite. Painted 
in Paris. 

27 MONSIEUR DE VILLENEUVE. before 1786 35 

Painted in Paris. 

28 MADAME BERNARD. before 1786 JS- 

Painted in Paris. 

29 THE HONOURABLE MISS HERBERT. 1787 36 

After Sir Joshua Reynolds. P.R.A. 

30 THE HONOURABLE MISS HERBERT. 1787 36 

Copy of No. 29 for himself. " Miss Herbert, by William Grimaldi, etc., 
1787." Full face, 3 quarters figure in white dress and straw hat, with 
basket of grapes. 4.25 X 3. 7 5 inches, OA ivoiy, oval. Exhibited at 
K.C.L., and I.H.L.^ T. III. M .a .g. 

31 H.R.H. GEORGE, PRINCE OF WALES. K.G. 1789 38 

" Prince of Wales by William Grimaldi. Enamel Painter to his R.H. 
the Prince Regent, 1 789." Oval, on ivory, 4 x 3.375 inches, 3 qrs. face 
looking to his left, half figure, in blue velvet cloak, with orders and rib- 



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bons of the Garter and Bath. Exhibited at K.C.L., and I.H.L. T. II. 

M. A. G. 

32 MISTRESS FITZHERBERT. 1789 38 

Born Smythe. Married I., E. Welch. II., T. Fitzherbert III., Pri- 
vately Prince of Wales. She had 2 daughters. Painted for the Prince, 
by whose dying order a miniature of his wife was hung round his neck 
and buried with him, probably this one. 50 guineas. 

33 MRS. FITZHERBERT. 1789 38 

Copy of No. 32 for himself " Mrs. Fitzherbert, after a picture by Sir 
Joshua Reynolds, By William Grimaldi, etc." On ivory, oval 4 x 3.5 
inches, 3 qrs. face looking to her left. In white dress. Exhibited at 
K.C.L., and I.H.L. T. III. M. A. G. 

34 HENRY EDWARD BUNBURY. 1789 38 

After Reynolds. For Sir H. Bunbury, Bart. Sir Joshua Reynolds af- 
ter examining it minutely declared that he had never seen such a minia- 
ture, he did not know how it was painted, nor how he had given 
the force of oil, to water colour. He considered this his masterpiece. 
Painted in London. 

35 HENRY EDWARD BUNBURY. 1789 38 

Copy of No. 34 for himself Sitting on a bank, in red velvet coat, un- 
covered, hands resting on the knees, full face, 3 qrs. figure, oval. He 
desired his family might never part with his miniature of ** Master Bun- 
bury." On ivory, 5. 625 x 3.125 inches. Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. 
T. I. M. A. G. 

36 H.G. FRANCIS GODOLPHIN V. DUKE OF LEEDS. 1789 38 

Born 1751. Died 1799. After Reynolds. For the Duke. 50 guineas. 

37 H.G. FRANCIS GODOLPHIN V. DUKE OF LEEDS. 1789 38 

Copy of No. 36 for himself Half figure in scarlet velvet coat with Gar- 
ter ribbon. " His grace Duke of Leeds. After Sir Joshua Reynolds. 
By William Grimaldi. Enamel Painter to H.R.H. the Prince Re- 
gent, 179 1." Oval, 3 qrs. face looking to his right. 3.45 x 4.25 inches, 
on ivory. Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. T.I. M. A. G. 

38 H.G. FRANCIS GODOLPHIN V. DUKE OF LEEDS. 1789 38 

Copy of No. 36, in smaller size. 26 guineas. 

39 JOHN EARL OF WESTMORELAND. 1790 39 

Duplicate of No. 16. 

40 THE HONOURABLE MISS HARRIS. 1790 39 

As a child with a dog. 

41 THE HONOURABLE MISS HARRIS. 1790 39 

Copy of No. 40 for himself " Honourable Miss Harris, Daughter of 
Lord Malmesbury. After Sir Joshua Reynolds. By William Gri- 
maldi." In white dress with purple sash, and dog. 3 qrs. figure, full 
face. On ivory. Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. OvaJ 4. 75 x 4.125 
inches. T. III. M. A. G. 

42 THE REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M.A. 1790 39 

After Romney's oil portrait. For William Grimaldi, H.E.I.C. c. G. 

43 THE REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M.A. 1790 39 

Duplicate of No. 42 for himself " Revd. John Wesley. By William 
Grimaldi, Esq. Enamel Painter to His Majesty George IIII. 1788." 
On ivory, oval, 3.375 X 2.875 inches. 3 qrs. face looking to his left, 
half figure, in robes and bands. Exhibited at I.H.L. T. II. M. A. G. 



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44 H.RH. FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK, K.G. 1790 39 

Second son of George III. Born 1763. Died. 1827. For George 
III. Presented to the Princess Royal of Prussia on her marriage with 
the Duke. After Reynolds. 50 guineas. 

45 H.R.H. FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK, AT.G. 1790 39 

Duplicate of No. 44. Painted for the Duke. 50 guineas. 

46 JAMES HARRIS I. EARL OF MALMESBURY. 1791 40 

Bom 1746. Died 1820. Concluded marriage of Prince and Princess 
of Wales, and successfully arranged the Falkland Islands dispute with 
Marquis Grimaldo, Minister of Spain in 1771, when Envoy from Eng- 
land to that Court. After Reynolds. One of his earliest and finest 
miniatures. Painted for the Earl. 20 guineas. 

47 JAMES HARRIS I. EARL OF MALMESBURY. 1791 40 

Duplicate of No. 46 for himself. " No. 1 1, 20 guineas. Lord Malmes- 
bury by William Grimaldi 1791." In blue gold lace coat, with ribbon, 
and star of the Bath. Half figure, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right, 4 x 3.375 
inches. Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. Oval, on ivory. T. II M.A.G. 

48 H.R.H. PRINCE WILLIAM OF GLOUCESTER, K.G. 1791 40 

Bom 1776. Died 1837. Nephew of George III. Fainted for the 
Duke of Gloucester at Cambridge. After Romney. 50 guineas. 

49 H.R.H. PRINCE WILLIAM OF GLOUCESTER, A'.(?.i79i 40 

Duplicate of No. 48 for himself. Engraved by Jones. "Prince 
William of Gloucester, by William Grimaldi, etc., 1791.'* Exhibited at 
K.C.L. and I.H.L. On ivpry. T. II. M. A. G. 

50 H. G. THOMAS IV. DUKE OF LEEDS. 1791 40 

Born 1 7 13. Died 1789. "His Grace Duke of Leeds. After Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. By William Grimaldi, etc., 1791." Given to William 
Grimaldi, H.E.I.C. 1825. T. I. M. a. g. 

51 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT. P./?.^., /^/?.5., Z7.Z.Z., 

1792 41 

One of his earliest and best miniatures, but perhaps injured by being 
retouched in late years. The original picture. " Sir Joshua Reynolds, 
Knt, P.R.A., and D.L.L. After the ojiginal picture painted by Sir 
Joshua Reynolds 1792. By William Grimaldi. Enamel painter to his 
R.H. the Prince Regent." Half figure in black coat, 3 qrs. face, looking 
to his left. Exhibited at K.C.L., and I.H.L. On ivory. In his paint- 
ing desk at his decease 5.125 x 4.5 inches. T. I. M. A. G. 

52 H.R.H. FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK, K.G. 1792 41 

Duplicate of No. 44 for himself. • " His Royal Highness Duke of York. 
By William Grimaldi. Enamel painter to H.R.H. the Prince Regent, 
2, Albemarle St., London." In blue velvet cloak, and ribbons and 
orders of Garter and Bath. Full face. Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. 
4.75 X 4 inches. Oval. T. II. M. A. G. 

53 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 1793 42 

After Hopner. 

54 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 1793 42 

Duplicate of No. 53 for himself. Unfinished. M. A. G. 

55 LADIES GEORGIANA AND HARRIOT CAVENDISH. 

179s 44 
Daughters of the Duke of Devonshire. Lady Georgiana married George 
VI. Earl of Cavendish. Lady Harriot married Earl Granville. After 



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Reynolds. For the Duke. They were bom about 1776, and alive in 
1862. 25 guineas. 

56 LADIES GEORGIANA AND HARRIOT CAVENDISH. 

179s 44 
" Duchess of Devonshire's children, Lady Georgiana and Lady Harriot. 
By William Grimaldi. Enamel painter; etc" On ivory, oval, 3 X 2.5 
inches, half figures. Lady Georgiana, 3 qrs. face, looking to her right 
Lady Harriot 3 qrs. face, looking to her left, dresses unfinished. Exhibited 
at K.C.L.,and I.H.L. Duplicate of No. 55 for himself. In his painting 
desk at his decease. T. III. M. A. G. 

57 MARY ROBINSON. I795 44 

Known as Perdita, favourite of George IV. Born 1758. Married 1773. 
Died 1800. After Reynolds. For George IV. 

58 MARY ROBINSON. I795 44 

Duplicate of No. 57 for himself. " Mrs. Robinson, by William Grimaldi," 
Half figure, in white dress with red bow and powdered hair, profile look- 
ing to her right. 2.5 X 2 inches. Oval on ivory. * Exhibited at K.C.L. 
and I.H.L. T. III. M. A. G. 

59 LORD VISCOUNT MILTON. 1796 45 

Afterwards V. Earl FitzwiUiam. Bom 1786. Died 1857. As a boy 
with a hare. For the EarL 

60 LORD VISCOUNT MILTON. 1796 45 

Duplicate of No. 59 for himself. " Lord Milton, painted by William 
Grimaldi, etc., 1796." In white frock with blue sash. 3 qrs. figure. 
Exhibiteil at K.C.L., and I.H.L. 4x3.375 inches. Oval, on ivory. T. II. 

M. A. G. 

61 LADY CHARLOTTE HORNBY. after 1796 45 

Daughter of XII. Earl of Derby. Married 1796. Edmund Hornby of 
Dalton Hall, Westmoreland. Died 1805. After Lawrence. For the 
EarL Oval. 

62 LADY CHARLOTTE HORNBY. after 1796 45 

Duplicate of No. 61 for himself. " Lady Charlotte Hornby, by William 
Grimaldi, etc., Albemarle St., St James.** 3 qrs. figure, in white 
robe and head dress, on a red velvet sofa, 3 qrs. face, looking to her 
right 4.5 x3.7s inches. Oval. Exhibited at K.C.L., and I.H.L. On 
ivoiy. T. HI. M. A. G. 

63 JOHN DURNFORTH GREENWOOD. after 1796 45 

A boy with a Tambourine. For his friend Mrs. Greenwood. 

64 CAPTAIN SIR WILLIAM FAIRFAX, BART. 1798 47 

Exhibited at Somerset House. No. 820, 1798. 

65 THE REVEREND DOCTOR FORSTER. 1798 47 

Exhibited at Somerset House. No. 864. 1798. 

66 H. G. RIGHT REVEREND DOCTOR FOWLER. 1798 47 

After an original by Reynolds. 

67 H. G. RIGHT REVEREND DOCTOR FOWLER. 

Duplicate of No. 66 for himself. " Dr. Fowler, Archbishop of Dublin, 
1798." In blue robes, with bands, half figure, wearing order of merit. 
3 qrs. face. 4X3.Sinches. Exhibited at I.H.L. Oval on ivory. T. II. 

M. A. G. 

68 GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. 1799 48 

Born 1732. Died 1799. Founder of the United. States of America. 
For the General's widow. 



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69 GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. 1799 4^ 

Duplicate of No. 68 for himself. Half figure in Slack coat, full face, 
head slightly turned to his right, 5.125 X 4.375 inches, oval. "George 
Washington. Painted by William Grimaldi, etc., Albemarle St., 
London, June 1800." Exhibited at K.C.L., and LH.L., on ivory. T. I. 

M. A. G. 

70 LORD JOHN TOWNSHEND. 1799 48 

Born 1759. Died 1833. 

71 LORD JOHJI TOWNSHEND. ' 1799 48 

Duplicate of No. 70 for himself. " Lord John Townshend. After Sir 
Joshua Reynolds, By William Grimaldi, Enamel Painter." Bust in 
blue coat, 3 qrs. face looking to his right. 2.75 x 2.375 inches. On ivory. 
T. V. M. A. G. 

72 LADY BROWN. 1799 48 

Exhibited with Nos. 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, in a frame at the Royal Academy 
Exhibition, 1799.- No. 716. 

73 LADY HERWICK. ^ 1799 48 

Exhibited with No. 72. 

74 MRS. HOLLAND. 1799 48 

Exhibited with No.. 72. 

75 MISS SYMMES. 1799 48 

Exhibited with No. 72. 

76 CAPTAIN SIR EDWARD BERRY. ^99 48 

Exhibited with No. 72. ^ 

77 DOCTOR SANDEMAN. 1799 48 

Exhibited with No. 72. 

78 LORD KINNAIRD'S FAMILY. 1799 48 

Exhibited in a Frame 1799. No. 806. 

79 JOHN DURNFORTH GREENWOOD. about 1799 48 

Duplicate of No. 63 for himself. In his painting desk at his decease. 

M. A. G. 

80 GENERAL PAOLI. 1800 49 

Leader of the Corsican Patriots, against France. Born 1726. Died 
1807. Emigrated to England. After Reynolds. 

8i GENERAL PAOLI. 1800 49 

Duplicate of No. 80 for himself. "General Paoli, Painted by William 
Grimaldi, 1800. Enamel painter, etc." (2.) Head and bust, full face, 
in black coat and brown overcoat. 3.25 x 2.875 inches, on ivory, oval. 

M. A. G. 

82 A LANDSCAPE. 1800 49 

"After Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1800." Size 1.5 x 1.7S inches. Of a square 
form, but in a round frame. L. F. E. 

83 THE REVEREND DOCTOR MAYO. 1800 49 

Of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. Reverend C. E. Mayo, 1852. 

84 LADY WRIGHT. 1800 49 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1 800. No 808. In a frame, with 
Nos. 85, 86, 89, 91. 

85 MISTRESS GODFREY. 1800 49 

Exhibited with No. 84. 



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86 MISS SYMONDS. 1800 49 

Exhibited with No. 84. 

87 LADY WEBSTER, 1800 49 

"Lady Webster (Lady Holland.) By W. G. 1800, 70." On ivory, 
2.375 X 1.7s inches, 3 qrs. face looking to her right Unfinished. T. V. 

M. A. G. 

88 LADY WEBSTER. 1800 49 

Duplicate of No. 87. 

89 JAMES BOULTON. 1800 49 

Engineer of Soho Manufactory, Birmingham. Maker of the improved 
milled copper coinage for George HI. Exhibited with No. 84. 

90 JAMES BOULTON. 1800 49 

Duplicate of No. 89 for himself. Head and bust, in blue coat, 3 qrs, 
face looking to his left, 2.625 X 2-375 inches, on ivory. "29 Mr. Boulton 
(S3)." T. V. M.A.G. 

91 MR. GREENWOOD. ' 1800 49 

Auctioneer of London. Exhibited with No. 84. 

92 LOUISA FRANCIS GRIMALDL i8oa 49 

3 qrs. figure, looking to her left, 2.5 x 2 inches. Oval L. r. E. 

93 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, H.EJ.C 1800 49 

Three qrs. figure, looking to his left. 2.5 x 2.875 inches. Oval I* F.E. 

94 HENRY GRIMALDI. 1800 49 

His Youngest child. Bom 1792. Died 1806. A youth of unusual 
beauty, intellect, and amiability. 3 qrs. figure from life, looking to bis 
right. 2.5x2 inches. For Frances Grimaldi. Oval. Exhibited 1 80a 

UF. E. 

95 CAPTAIN STROUDE. 1801 50 

Exhibited in the* Royal Academy in a frame with Nos. 96, 97, 98, 99, 
No. 723. 

96 LORD AUGHRIM. 1801 50 

Exhibited with No. 95. Born 1766. Succeeded 1808. Died 18 10. 

97 LADY AUGHRIM. 1801 50 
Exhibited with No. 95. 

98 MISTRESS DUBOIS. 1801 50 

Exhibited with No. 95. 

99 A GENTLEMAN NAMED THORNTON. 1801 50 

Exhibited with No. 95. 

100 MISS ARMSTRONG. 1801 50 

Friend of Miss White for whom it was painted, and who took it to the 
East Indies in 1802. From life. Size VIII. 15 guineas. 

See " The Morning Chronicle." No. 102 17. 

lOi A FRIEND OF MISS WHITE. 1801 50 

For Miss White who took it to the East Indies in 1 802. From life 
Size VIII. 15 guineas. 

See the ** Morning Herald,** 1802. No. 6674. 

102 A FRIEND OF MISS WHITE. 1801 50 

For Miss White who took it to the East Indies in 1802. From life. 
Size VIII. 15 guineas. 

See the " True Briton." No. 2859. 



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103 A FRIEND OF MISS WHITE. 1801 50 
For Miss White who took it to the East Indies in 1802. From life 
Size VII. 13 guineas. 

See " The Star." No. 41 36. 

104 A FRIEND OF MISS WHITE. 1801 50 

For Miss White who took it to the East Indies in 1802. From life 
Size VII. 13 guineas. 

See '^ The King's Bench Law Reports/' 1602. 

105 MISS WHITE. 1801 50 
*Miss White, friend of Dr. Forster." This miniature was refused by 
Miss White as being a bad likeness, she also refused to pay the full 
amount for Nos. 100, loi, 102, 103, 104, but lost her case at law, and 
had to pay. From life. Size VIII. Oval, 2.5x2 inches, on ivory, 
3 qrs. face looking to her right. Unfinished T. V. M. A. G. 

"Times." No. 5343. 

106 GENERAL ARMSTRONG. 1801 50 

An old friend of Miss White. For Miss White who took it to the East 
Indies in 1802. Size VIII. 15 guineas. 

'< St. James's Chronicle." Na 6891. 

107 CAPTAIN STROUDE. 1801 50 

Duplicate of No. 95 for himself. 3 qrs. face looking to his left, 3.375 X 
2.75 inches, on ivory, oval, dress unfinished. T. V. M. A. G 

108 THE REVEREND DOCTOR FORSTER. 1801 50 
"The Rev. Dr. Forster, By Wm. Grimaldi, 1801." On ivory, 3x2.5 
inches, head and bust 3 qrs. face looking to his left, wearing black coat. 

, T. V. M.A.G. 

109 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. before 1802 51 

The wife of a Barrister. 

^ St. James's Chronicle." 1803. 

no WILLIAM GRIMALDI, R.A. 1802 51 

*' Portrait of William Grimaldi, Enamel Painter to His Majesty George 
IV. and Miniature Painter to His Royal Highness, the Duke of York, 
1802." From life. For Frances Grimaldi, oval, on ivory, 3.5x3 
inches, 3 qrs. face looking to his left, half figure, in black coat. T. IV. 

M. A. G. 

111 MISTRESS ARLINGTON. 1802 51 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1802. No 789. 

112 MISS SAINT JOHN. 1802 51 
Exhibited with No. in. 

113 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 1802 51 
Exhibited with No. in. 

114 H.G. HENRY CHARLES VI. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 

1802 51 
Born 1766. Succeeded 1803. Died 1835. Cost 52. 10. o. 

ns H.G. HENRY CHARLES VI. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 

1802 51 
Duplicate of No. 1 14 for himself, half figure in scarlet and fur cloak. 
On ivory, rectangular 6x5.25 inches, 3 qrs. face looking to his left. 
Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. T. I. M. A. G. 

116 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 1803 52 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy. No. 769, in 1803. 



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117 MISTRESS STOWE. . 1803 52 
Exhibited with No. 116. 

118 MASTER R. BURTON. 1803 52 
Exhibited with No. 1 16. 

119 MAJOR WILSON. 1804 53 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy. No. 703, in 1804. 

120 MISTRESS WILSON AND FAMILY. 1804 53 
Wife to Major Wilson. Exhibited with No. 1 19. • 

121 MISTRESS LINWOOD. 1804 S3 
Exhibited with No. 1 19. 

122 MISS LINWOOD. 1804 153 

Exhibited with No. 119. A great genius in copying pictures, in tapes- 
try work. 

See " Percy Anecdotes." Women II. 917 

123 ISAAC POCOCK. 1804 53 

Of Maidenhead Bridge. Given to George Pocock by Stacey Grimaldi. 
Exhibited with No. 1 19. 

124 MISS LINWOOD. 1804 53 
Duplicate of No. 122 for himself, 3 qrs. face looking to her left. On 
ivory, oval, 3 x 2.375 inches. T. V. M. A.G. 

125 HENRY GRIMALDL 1804 S3 

" Henry Grimaldi. The head was painted in 1804 after the life, ae. 12. 
The picture was enlarged and finished in 1821. He died March 21st, 
1807, 3B. 15. Painted by his Father, aged 70. Enamel Painter to His 
Majesty Geoige IV. 10." Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1805, No. 
385. On ivory, oval, 3.625 X 3 inches. In blue coat, full face, half 
length figure. T. IV. M. A. G. 

126 GEORGIANA DUCHESS OF BEDFORD. 1805 54 
Second wife to John VII. Duke of Bedford. Alive 1852, For the Duke. 

127 GEORGIANA DUCHESS OF BEDFORD. 1805 54 
Duplicate of No. 126 for himself. 3 qrs. figure in white dress, full face, 
rectangular, 5.25x4.5 inches. On ivory. Exhibited at K.C.L. and 
I.H.L. In his painting desk at his decease. T. III. M. A. G. 

128 BARONESS HAWKINS WITSHED AND CHILD. 

1805 54 
Wife of Admiral Sir James Hawkins Witshed, G.C.B. The child was 
afterwards Sir Vincent Keane Hawkins Witshed, 11. Baronet. Born 
1 80 1. Died since i860. 

129 BARONESS HAWKINS WITSHED AND CHILD. 1805 54 
Duplicate of No. 128 for himself. " Lady Hawkins Witshed and Son. 
By William Grimaldi" etc. Exhibited at K.C.L. and I.H.L. On ivory. 
4X 3.5 inches, oval, full face, 3 qrs. figure, in white dress and head-gear. 
T. V. M. A.G. 

130 A GENTLEMAN OF THE GUARDS. 1805 54 
Perhaps his friend Mr. Becket, Surgeon. Exhibited in the Royal 
Academy, 1805. No. 404. 

131 MISTRESS BECKET. 1805 54 
See number 130. 

132 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 1805 54 

" 25 By W. Grimaldi. Enamel and Miniature painter, etc.^ 69. No 2, 



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Albemarle St., London, 1805." On ivory, oval, 2.5 x 2 inches, S.qrs. face 
looking to her right, wearing coral necklace. Unfinished. T. VI. M. A. G. 

133 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 1805 54 
Duplicate of No. 132. 

134 RIGHT HONOURABLE CHARLES JAMES FOX, M,P. 

before 1806 55 

Bom 1748. Died 1806. For C. J. Fox, M.P. 

13s H.G. JOHN IV. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1808 57 

After Reynolds. Painted at Wobum Abbey for Duke Francis. 50 
guineas. 

136 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1808 57 
Bom 1765. Died 1802. After Hopher, 50 guineas. When he shewed 
this miniature to the Prince of Wales at Carlton House, the Prince was 
so pleased with its execution, that he would not part with it till another 
equally good was brought him. 

137 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1808 57 
Duplicate of No. 136 for the Prince of Wales. 50 guineas. 

138 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. . 1808 $7 
Duplicate of No. 136. 50 guineas. Exhibited 1808. No. 749. 

139 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1808 57 
Duplicate of No. 136. Painted for Duke Francis, who was so much 
pleased with it that he presented it to the Duchess of Bedford, instead 
of the Duke of Manchester, for whom he had intended it. " 1808, The 
Duke of Bedford, May 4th. To a large miniature of himself, 52. 12. o. 
To a rich frame for ditto, 15. 15=68.7. o. June 6th. by cash, 66. 5. o. 
Deducted 2. 2. o." 

140 MISTRESS QUIN. 1808 57 
"Mrs. Quin of Scotland, recommended by Mr. Sandeman, October 8th. 
A miniature of herself, 15. 15. o. A setting for ditto, 4. 14. 6=20. 9. 6. 
October 9th, by cash." 

141 MISTRESS FIELDER. 1808 57 

" Mrs. Fielder, November 7th. To a Miniature, 5. 5. o. To a setting for 
ditto, 3. 13. 6=8. 18. 6. By cash, 5.5.0. By a Locket 3. 17. 0=8. 2. o. 

142 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1808 57 
Duplicate of No. 136. 50 guineas. 

143 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1808 57 
Duplicate of No. 136. 50 guineas. 

144 MISTRESS TWINING. 1808 57 
Exhibited in the Royal Academy in 1808. No. 741. 

145 MISTER CHEYRTIN. 1808 57 
Exhibited in 1808. No. 741. 

146 LADY WRIGHT. 1808 57 
Exhibited at Somerset House, 1808. No. 741. 

147 THE REVEREND JOHN EDMEADS. 1808 57 
His son in law. Vicar of Preshute. Born 1786. Died 1849. "Rev. 
John Edmeads by William Grimaldi. Enamel Painter, etc." Highly 
finished, half figure, in blue coat. In handsome gilt frame. Exhibited 
i8io. No. 683. L.F.E. 



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148 WILLIAM GRIMALDI. 1808 57 
From life. For Stacey Grimaldi, F.S.A. Oval. On ivory, bust, 3 x 
2.37s inches, 3 qrs. face, wearing blue coat. T. VI. M. A. G 

149 CHARLES WILLIAM II. BARON HEADLEY. 1808 57 
Born 1784. Died 1840. "April 13th. 1808. To a Miniature of himself. 
No. 4, 15. 15. o. To an engine turned gold back locket crystal and case 
5- S- 0=21. o. o. April 13th, by cash.'* 42, Brooke St., Grosvenor Sq. 

150 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III, K,G. 1809 58 
After Sir William Beechey. Sent to India. 100 guineas. 

IS! FRANCIS, MARQUIS OF TAVISTOCK. 1809 58 

" The Duke of Bedford, 1809. December 6, To a miniature of the 
late Marquis of Tavistock, 73. 10. o. To a frame for ditto, 10. 10. o. 
To a frame for the late Duke of Bedford, 2. 2. 0=86. 2. o. December 
20th, by cash, page 38." After Reynolds. Born 1739. I^^ed 1767. 

152 LADY WILLIAMSON. 1809 s8 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1809, No. 615, in a frame with Nos. 
153,154. 

153 MISTER MARNINGTON. 1809 s8 
Exhibited with No. is 2. 

154 H.G. GEORGE V. DUKE OF GORDON. 1809 5^ 
Born 1743. Died 1827. Title extinct. From life. Exhibited with 
No. IS2. Price 25 guineas. 

iSS H.G. GEORGE V. DUKE OF GORDON. 1809 si 

Duplicate of No. 1 54, for himself. On ivory, rectangular, 3.625 x 3 inches, 
half length, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right, in blue uniform and order. 

T. V. M. A. G. j 

156 MISTRESS STROUD. 1809 s8 
"Mrs. Stroud, By W. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter, etc., 1809." T, V. M.A.G. 

1 57 LADY C. HOPE, 1809 s8 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1809. No. 720. 

158 LOUISA FRANCES GRIMALDL after 1809 58 

" Portrait of Louisa Frances Grimaldi. Married the Rev. John Edmeads. 
Painted by her Father Wm. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter to his Majesty 
George IV." On ivory, oval 4x3.375 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to 
her left, half length figure. 

159 CHARLES II. MARQUIS OF CORNWALLIS, K.G. 

1810 59 
Born 1774 Succeeded and Died 1823. the last Marquis. " Sent to 
India by Mr. Barker, First Mate of the Hebe, to Bengal, 18 10. May 
31, To a large miniature of the late General Marquis Cornwallis. 
Framed with a border of looking glass. Sent to Waller Ewer Esquire, 
Merchant. The picture was taken on board by Mr, Barber, Purser of 
the same ship, ;^I05. 1814. Sold, and the account settled in India, by 
Captain Nesbit." 

160 CHARLES II. MARQUIS OF CORNWALLIS, K,G. 

1810 59 
Duplicate of No. 159, for himself "The Most Noble Marquis Corn- 
wallis, Lieut, and Governour Genl. of Ireland, Knight of the most noble 
order of the Garter and Commander in Chief in India. Painted by W. 
Grimaldi, Enamel Painter to his Majesty George IV." On ivory, rec- 
tangular, 6x5 inches, half length figure, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right 
in scarlet uniform and Garter ribbon. T. V. M.A.G. 



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i6i ELIZABETH MARCHIONESS OF TAVISTOCK. 1810 59 
"Page 62, The Duke of Bedford, December 10th, 1810. To a miniature 
of the late Marchioness of Tavistock, ;£" 105. To a frame for ditto, etc., 
10. 10. o.=i 15. 10. o. January 24th, By cash. Journey to Woburn Abbey 
4. 5. o. Ivory, I. 6. o. Mettle rim, i. 10. o. (=2. 16. o.) Carved frame, 
and glass (i. 10. o.) 3. 17. o,=io. 18.0." Died 1768. After Reynolds. 

162 R. BRANSON. 1810 59 

" Page 63. The Duke of Bedford, December 29, 1810. To a minia- 
ture of Mr. Branson, Master of the Horse to the late old Duke, 37. 16. o. 
To a frame for ditto, 2. 2. O, January 24th, By cash." Born 17 19, 
Exhibited 181 1, No. 646. He had seen 4 Dukes, and 5 generations. 

163 H.G. JOHN IV. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1810 59 

** Page 63, December, 18 10. To a miniature of John Duke of Bedford. 
painted at the same time (as No. 162), from a picture of Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, at Woburn. Made a present to the Duke. Worth 37. 16.0/' 

164 SIR JOHN PERRING. 1810 59 
"Sir John Perring, 18 10. November 27th, 2 miniatures of himself, and 
a copy 27. 6. o. 2 sittings for ditto, 10. 10. o.=37. 16. o. November 
29, By cash, 37. 16. o. 

i6s SIR JOHN PERRING. 1810 59 

Duplicate of No. 164, which see. 

166 SIR JOHN PERRING. l8io 59 
Another Portrait. See No. 164, 

167 SIR CHARLES MORGAN'S FAMILY, BART, MP. 1810 59 

As a musical party of 8 figures. A beautiful and much admired pic- 
ture. Exhibited at the Royal Academy, No. 595, 146. o. o. 

168 SIR CHARLES MORGAN, BARONET, M.P. 1810 59 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, No. 603, in 18 10. 

169 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, H.E.LC. before 181 1 60 
When a boy. For Frances Grimaldi. On ivory, oval, 4 x 3.5 inches, 
half length figure, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right, in blue coat, T. IV. 

M. A. G. 

170 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. before 181 1 60 
After Reynolds, For the Prince. $0 guineas. 

171 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, i^.C?. before 1811 60 
Duplicate of No. 170. 50 guineas. 

172 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III, K.G. before 181 1 60 
After Beechey. For the Prince Regent 

173 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, K,G, 181 1 60 
For the Prince, and given by him to Mistress Fitzherbert. 50 guineas. 

174 H.B.M. KING CHARLES I., K.G. 181 1 60 
"November 181 1. A miniature of King Charles I., taken from the 
very large picture by Vandyke, in Marlborough House, Pall Mall. Took 
me three weeks' labour, ;^i8. Expense of raising a scaffold on which I 
was to paint the picture, £4. A sheet of ivory, i. 3. o. Glass for ditto, 
o. 10. o. (5. 13. o.) The cost 23. 13.0. Sold for 52. 10. o." Born 1600. 
Succeeded 1625. Beheaded 1649. 

17s MISTER PERCIVAL. 1811 60 

" Page 64. January 4, 181 1. Mrs. Percival, To altering her son's uniform^ 
2, 2. o. To unsealing and resetting the picture, o. 3. 0=2. 5. o. By cash.** 



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1/6 H.B.M. KING CHARLES I., K,G. 1812 61 

Duplicate of No. 174, for himself, D.R. M.A.a. 

177 H.B.M. KING HENRY VII., K,G. 1812 61 
'•Miniature of King Henry VII, 18 12. September 12. At the Countess 
of Waldegrave's at Strawberry Hill, but had lodgings in the town." 
(Twickenham), 13 days* work, 15. 15. o. Returned to town October 13. 
Expenses of lodging and living, 5. 10. o. Journeys, i. 3. o (6. 13. 0)= 
;C22. 8." Born 1458. Succeeded 1485. Died 1509. 

178 H.B.M. KING HENRY VII., K,G. 1812 61 
Duplicate of No. 177, for himself. "An extraordinarily fine miniature.'* 

M.A.G. 

179 MISTRESS STEWART. 1812 61 

"Mrs. Stewart 1812. January nth, To a miniature of herself, 10. 10.0. 
To a crystal & case,o. 10. 0=11.0. o. July, by cash." "Mr. Stewart, 
ivory cutter, 349, Oxford Street." 

180 SIR ORFORD GORDON. 1812 61 

"Sir Orford Gordon. 1812, January 22, To a miniature of himself. 
10. 10. o. To a crystal and case, o. 10. 0=;^ 11. 23 By cash." 

181 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, K,G. 1812 61 

" His Royal Highness the Prince Regent. 18 12. January. To a large mi- 
niature of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, for Her Royal High- 
ness the Princess Charlotte of Wales, jf 84. To a fr?ime for ditto, with 
mettel bezel, etc, 18. 18. 0,= 102. 18. o. Plumes and coronet in each 
corner, and plume and coronet on the top. July 29, by cash." 

182 STACEY GRIMALDI,/?:5.^. before 1813 62 

When a boy. For Frances Grimaldi. 3 qrs. figure, looking to his left, 
oval, 2.5 X 2. inches, in blue coat. L.F.E. 

183 H.G. ARTHUR, I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G. 

1813 62 

" One of the Duke of Wellington, sent by Captain Nisbert, February 
9, 1813,;^ 136 IDS, 1816. Harry Harmwood Smith, creditor. May 18. 
By a draft from Ireland upon Drummond and Co., payable June 13, 

1 8 16, ;f220. 16." 

184 KR.H. GEORGE, PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. 1813 62 

" 1813, February 9. Account of Harry Harmond Smith, Debtor, Madras. 
To two large Miniatures framed, &c., sent to Madras, one of the Prince 
Regent, £\l6. 10. Sent by Captain Nisbert, 1816. Cash to Mr. Wil- 
liam Smith, on his leaving England for India, by order of his brother, 
jf 120." Nos. 183, 184, alter being in Mister Smith's hands 12 months, 
he sent to Bengali, and in returning they were lost at sea. 

185 H.G. ARTHUR, L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G. 

1814 63 

From life, 3 qrs. length, cabinet size. For Captain Stacey, of Maidstone. 
In the possession of Mrs. Stacey. 

186 H.G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G. 

1814 63 

After a Painting by Lawrence, of the Duke in the cloak he wore at 
Waterloo. 

187 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 

1814 63 

Duplicate of No. 186, for himself. In dark blue cloak, half figure, 3 qrs. 



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face, looking to his left, 3.375 x 2.75 inches, on ivory, rectangular. T.V. 

M.A.G. 

188 SOPHIA STACEY. 181 5 64 

Afterwards Mrs. Hermond, of Maidstone, where it was painted. 20 
guineas. In her possession. 

189 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 

181S 64 

From Life, wearing his Stars and Orders, in Scarlet Field Marshall's 
Uniform, Painted at Apsley House, just previous to the Duke's setting 
out for the Brussels Congress. Exhibited at the Royal Academy, No. 
55S, in 1815. The Duke sat four times for this portrait. 

190 DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S DECORATIONS. 1815 64 

Copied from the Originals at Apsley House, consisting of his Stars and 
Orders of Merit, and the superb Baton presented him by the Prince 
Regent, Exhibited at the Royal Academy, No. 557. 

191 MISTRESS HODGSON. 1815 64 

Painted at Maidstone, Kent. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 

1 8 16, No. 663. For Captain Stacey, 20 guineas. 

192 CAPTAIN EDWIN STACEY. 1815 64 

In Uniform of the XII. Light Dragoons. Cabinet size, 3 qrs. length, 
from life. For Captain Stacey. 

193 COURTENAY STACEY. 1815 64 

Brother to the above. Painted from Life, at Maidstone, for him. Exhi- 
bited at the Royal Academy, in 18 18, No. 658. 20 guineas. 

194 HENRY STACEY. 1815 64 

. From life, for him, at Maidstone. Exhibited at the Royal Academy, in 

1 8 17, No. 708, 20 guineas. 

195 FLINT STACEY. 1815 64 
His Son*s sponsor. Painted from life at Maidstone. 20 guineas. 

196 CAPTAIN EDWIN STACEY. 1815 64 
Reduced copy of No. 192, half length. Painted at Maidstone, for him. 

197 A GENTLEMAN NAMED INGGULDEN. 1815 64 
See his Enamel Miniatures, No. 23. 

198 H.G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 

1817 66 

From a Bust after NollekinSthe Sculptor, white figure on a blue back- 
ground. 

199 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G, 

1817 m 
After Nollekins, white on crimson background. 

200 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, KM, 

1817 66 
After Nollekins, white on brown background. 

201 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G, 

"A large Miniature, very highly finished, for Mr. Wedgwood, £26..^'* 

202 H.R.H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES. 1817 66 
Daughter of George IV. Born 1796. Married, 18 16, Prince Leopold 
of Saxe-Coburg. Died 18 17. After a bust by Turneille. 32 days' 
labour. 



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203 THE REVEREND JOHN EDMEADS. 1818 6y 
Taken at Over. 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, S x 6.75 inches, rectan- 
gular. In preaching gown. L.F.E. 

204 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 

1819 68 

Duplicate of No. 189, for himself, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right, 4.5 X 3.5 
inches : rectangular, in carved gilt metal frame. In his painting desk 
at his decease. L.F.E, 

20s PORTRAIT OF MISTRESS SETON. 1819 68 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, No. 713, in 18 19. 

206 H.M. QUEEN CHARLOTTE. before 1820 69 

Wife of George III., for whom it was painted. After Beechey. Born 
1774. Died 18 18. 100 guineas. 

207 H.R.H. FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK, K,G. 

after 1820 69 

Duplicate of No. 44, Painted for George IV. 

208 S.AR. LE DUG D'ORLEANS. after 1820 69 
Duplicate of No. 26, for George IV. 

209 MISTRESS DE SAINT JOHN. 1821 70 
Exhibited in the Royal Academy, No. 893. 

210 STAGEY GRIMALDI, FSA. 1821 70 

" Stacey Grimaldi, F.S.A., Solicitor, by "W. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter 
to his Majesty George IV. 1821." Rectangular, 3 qrs. face, looking to 
his left, 6.7s X 5.375 inches. Given by him to his daughter. L.F.E. 

211 PAINTING IN A LOCKET. 1822 71 
For his friend Mistress Charles Clarke. 

212 MISTRESS CARBURY. 1822 71 

" Carbury and Co., 33, Conduit Street, Bond Street, London." "To a 
Miniature of Mrs. Carbury, 8. 8. o. Glass for do. o. 3. 6. Feb. iSth, 
1822, pd, by S. G." For Mrs. Clarke. 

213 CHARLES CLARKE. 1823 72 
Exhibited No. 814. "1823, February 6th, a miniature of Master Clarke, 
8. 8. o. A glass for ditto, o. 3. 6., paid by S. G. to W. G." Afterwards 
Master of Earsham Grammar School. Died 1871. 

214 MISTRESS CHARLES CLARKE. 1823 72 

" 1823, May 16, to a miniature of Mrs. Clarke, 8. 8. o. Glass for ditto, 
o. 3. 6." " Conduit Street, Bond Street" 

215 MISTRESS REDFERN. 1823 72 
"To a Miniature of Mrs. Redfern. December 1823, £Z. 8." 

216 STACEY GRIMALDI, F.SA. 1823 72 

" 1822, April 15. To a highly finished miniature of Stacey Grimaldi, 
£20, A glass for ditto, o. 3. 6. iE 33.'* " Stacey Grimaldi, Painted by 
W. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter to His Majesty Geo. IV. and Miniature 
Painter to His R.H. the Duke of York." T.V. M.A.G. 

217 CHARLES CLARKE. 1823 72 

" 1823, December. To a Miniature of the late Mr. Clarke, 8. 8. o. paid 
by S. G. to W. G." For Mistress Clarke. 

218 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, ie.^. 1824 73 
"Mr. Grimaldi, painted by himself, at the age of 74, 1824, Enamel 



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Painter to his Majesty George IV., and miniature Painter to His R.H. 
the Duke of York." In blue coat with velvet collar, holding a magnifying 
lens in his hand, on ivory, oval, 4 x 3475 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to 
his left, half figure, T. IV. M.A.G. 

219 FRANCES GRIMALDI (Born Barker) 1824 73 
His wife. Bom 1750. Died 1813. " Mrs. Grimaldi, by Wm. Grimaldi, 
her husband, Enamel Painter to the King. Taken from a slight draw- 
ing after nature some years after her death, in 1824." On ivory, oval, 
3.7s X 3.125 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to her right, half figure in white 
dress, neck frill, and red shawl. T. IV. M.A.G. 

220 ALESSANDRO MARIA GRIMALDI. about 1824 73 
Marquis Grimaldi of Genoa. Born 1659. Emigrated to London, 1685. 
Died 1732. His grandfather, from a pencil drawing by Worlidge. For 
Stacey Grimaldi, F.S.A. Half figure, in rich ornamented crimson coat, 
lace, wig, sword, etc., nearly full face, rectangular. M.A.G. 

221 ALEXANDER GRIMALDL 1824 73 
Born 17 14. Died 1800. His Father, from a crayon. For his son Stacey. 
Half figure, dress unfinished, nearly full face, in wig, rectangular, M.A.G. 

222 MISS NEWMAN. 1824 73 
"1824, June II, £t, 15." 

223 MISS NEWMAN. 1825 74 
** 1825, May 4, received of herself, 10. o. o." 

224 MISS NEWMAN. 1825 74 
Duplicate of No. 222. £\o. 

225 MISTRESS DUFFILL. 1826 75 
" Recommended by Wilson. 8. 8. o. February 22." 

226 SARAH ANN KNAPP. 1826 75 
His son's sister-in-law. Bom 1802. Married, 1837, Reverend C Turner, 
M.A., Vicar of Lower Norwood. On ivory, 6.5 x 5.5 inches, 3 qrs. figure, 
in lilac dress, with straw hat, full face. " April 30, Miss Knapp, a large 
miniature, £70^ M.A.G. 

227 MARY ANN GRIMALDI. 1826 75 
His daughter-in-law. Bom 1802. Married 1825. From life. Engraved 
on the gilded metal frame " Mary Ann Grimaldi. William Grimaldi. 
Enamel painter to the King, 1826." On ivory, rectangular, 6.5x5.5 
inches, full face, 3 qrs. figure, in white dress, blue sash, and straw hat 
T. IV. M.A.G. 

228 MISTER STEWART. 1826 75 
" Mr. Stewart, Tin warehouse, 24, Piccadilly." £^, 8. 

229 MISTRESS STEWART. 1826 75 
Wife of No. 228. Price £%. 8. 

230 MISTRESS CLARKE. 1826 75 

" Of Reading, May 27, ;^8. 8. Enlarging Mr. Clarke's miniature 2. 12. o" 

231 H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF YORK. before 1827 j6 
After Beachey. For the Duke of York. 50 guineas. 

232 H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF YORK. before 1827 76 
Duplicate of No. 231, for the Duke of York. 5P guineas. 

233 STACEY BEAUFORT GRIMALDI. 1827 je 
Born 1826. Died 1866. His grandson, when 8 months old, half length 
figure, full face, in white frock, and purple sash, oval, on ivory. 3 X 2.5 
inches. T. VI. M. a. g. 



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234 PORTRAIT OF AN UNMARRIED LADY, 1827 76 

"Mrs. Clarke's Teacher, 6. 6. o. 1827." 
23s GEORGE SATCHWELL. 1827 76 

His Landlord, of 76, Upper Ebury Street, Chelsea, to whom he presen- 
ted it. From life. 

236 STACEY GRIMALDI, FS.A., 1829 78 

Engraved on the gilded metal frame. " Stacey Grimaldi, F.S.A., 1829. 
William Grimaldi, Enamel Painter to the King." Full face, 3 qrs. figure, 
in blue coat, rectangular, 6.5 x $.5 inches, on ivory. JE, 39. T. VI. M.A.G. 

237 JOHN NEWINGTON HUGHES. 

238 A GENTLEMAN NAMED EDGWORTH. 

239 A GENTLEMAN NAMED BOYDELL. 

240 A GENTLEMAN NAMED SMITH. 
Father of H. H. Smith. See Nos. 303, 183, 184. 

241 A LADY NAMED SMITH. 
Wife of Mr.'Smith. See No. 240. 

242 CAPTAIN ANDERSON. 

Father of Mistress Smith. See No. 241. 

243 MISTRESS ANDERSON. 

Wife of Captain Anderson. See No. 242. His friend " Mrs. Anderson, 
13, Geoi^e Street, Salmons Lane, Limehouse." 

244 H.G. JOHN IV. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 
After Hopner. 50 guineas. 

245 H.G. WILLIAM V. DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE. 

Bom 1748. Succeeded 1764, Died 181 1. After Reynolds. For the 
Duke. 

246 H.G. GEORGIANA DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE. 

With her infant daughter in her arms. Born 1758. Died 1806. After 
Reynolds. For the Duke. Married 1774. 

247 PHILIPP STANHOPE V. EARL OF CHESTERFIELD. 
Bom 1755. Succeeded 1779. Died 1803. For the Earl. 

248 FREDERICK AUGUSTUS V. EARL OF BERKELEY. 
Bora 1745. Succeeded 1755. Died 18 10. For the Earl. 

249 FREDERICK AUGUSTUS IV. EARL OF BRISTOL. 
Bom 1730. Succeeded 1779. Died 1803. For the Earl. 

250 CHARLES III. EARL OF HARRINGTON. 

Bora 1753. Succeeded 1779. Died 1829. For the Earl. 

251 WILLIAM in. EARL OF MANSFIELD. 

Born 1777. Succeeded 1 796. Died 1840. For the Earl. 

252 LADY FITZHARRIS. 

Born 1761. Died 1830. For the Earl of Mansfield. 

253 DOCTOR FORSTER. 

254 PORTRAIT OF A MARRIED LADY. 
Resident of Blsickheath, Kent. 

255 PORTRAIT OF A GENERAL. 



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256 PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. 

On ivory, oval, 3 X 2.5 inches, full face, whole figure, sitting with a dc^. 
Exhibited at I.H.L. T. III. M. A.G. 

257 MISS FOLKESTONE. 

Afterwards Mistress Mee. A celebrated Miniature Painter. 15 
guineas. 

258 MISS FOLKESTONE. 

Duplicate of No. 257, for himself. On ivory, oval, 3 x 2.5 inches, 3 qrs. 
face, looking to her left, half figure, in white dress, wearing a pearl neck- 
lace. T. III. M. A. G. 

259 LORD KERR. 

For himself. On ivory, 2.5 x 2 inches. 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, 
head and bust, in blue coat. T.V. M. A. G. 

260 PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. 
Duplicate of No. 256. 5 guineas. 

261 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 

On ivory, 2.625 X 2.125 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, head and 
bust, in black coat. 

262 REVEREND MISTER HAZELWOOD. 

" Rev. Mr. Hazelwood." On ivory, 2.25 x 2 inches, 3 qrs. face looking 
to his left, head and bust, wearing gown and bands. T.V. M. A. G. 

263 LORD KERR. 
Duplicate of No. 259. 

264 REVEREND MISTER HAZELWOOD. 
Duplicate of No. 262. Of Boughton, Kent. 

265 ADMIRAL VISCOUNT ADAM DUNCAN. 

On ivory, 3 X 2.5 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, wearing his uni- 
form of the Royal Navy. T.V. M. A. G. 

266 ADMIRAL VISCOUNT ADAM DUNCAN. 

Duplicate of No. 265. Born, 1731. Created, 1787. Died, 1804. 

267 MISS CALCRAFT. 

On ivory, oval, 2.5 x 2 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to her right, the dress 
unfinished. T.V. M. A. G. 

268 MISS CALCRAFT. 
Duplicate of No. 26;^. 

269 PORTRAIT OF A MARRIED LADY. 

Duplicate of No. 254. On ivory, oval, 2.5 x 2 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking 
to her right, the dress unfinished. T.V. M. A. G. 

270 MISTRESS DUFF. 

On ivory, oval, 2.5 x 2 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to her left, the dress 
unfinished. " Mrs. Duff." t.V. M. A. g: 

271 MISTRESS DUFF. 
Duplicate of No. 270. 

272 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 

Painted prior to 1777. On ivory, oval, 2 x 1.625 inches, 3 qrs. face, 
looking to his left, wearing blue coat. T. V. M. A. G. 

273 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
Duplicate of No. 272. 



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274 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

" Painted by W. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter, &c., No. 2, Albemarle St, 
St. James." On ivory, oval, 3.125 x 1.5 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to 
her right, wearing white dress. T.V. M. A. G. 

27s PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 
Duplicate of No. 274. 

276 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 

On ivory, oval, 2.25 x 1.875 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, wear- 
ing a blue coat. T.V. M. A. G. 

277 DOCTOR BUXTON. 

" Dr. Buxton." On ivory, oval, 2.875 X 2.375 inches, full face, blue 
coat. T.V. M, A. G. 

278 DOCTOR BUXTON. 
Duplicate of No. 277. 

279 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 

" 45 Mil." 3.375 X 2.75 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right, head 
and bust, wearing blue coat T.V. M. A. G. 

280 PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN PERSON. 

On ivory, oval, 3.125 x 2.5. inches, full face, unfinished. T.VI. M. A. G. 

281 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On ivory, oval, 2.625x2.125 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to her left, 
wearing large white headdress, unfinished. T.VI. M. A. G, 

282 PORTRAIT OF A PERSON UNKNOWN. 

On ivory, oval, 2.875 x 2.25 inches, 3 qr.s. face, looking to the right, 
bust T.VI. M.A. G. 

283 LETITIA RICHARDS. 

" Miss Richards, now Mrs Sanders." On ivory, oval, 2.875x2.125 
inches, 3 qrs. face, unfinished. T.VI. 

284 MAJOR P. 

Married to Miss Langford. From life, for the Major, 

285 ANDREW SYME. 
For him, from life. 

286 CAPTAIN STEWART. 
From life, for Mistress Stewart. 

287 A MEMBER OF THE STEWART FAMILY. 

288 PORTRAIT OF A PERSON NAMED SMIRNOVE. 

289 PORTRAIT OF A PERSON NAMED SMIRNOVE. 

290 DOCTOR LYON. 

291 PETER FIRMAN. 

292 MISTRESS PERCIVAL. 

293 MISTRESS DUBOIS. 

294 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 
Duplicate of No. 301. After Beechey. 

295 A CAPTAIN OF THE ROYAL NAVY, 

296 A GENTLEMAN NAMED MANNERS. 
Wearing a blue coloured coat. 



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297 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
?Mister Boyter. In a brown coat. 

298 STAGEY GRIMALDI, RS,A. 

" Stacey Grimaldi. By Wm. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter." On ivory, 
oval, 3.375 X 2.625 inches, full face, looking down upon a book held in 
the hand, half length, in blue coat, uncovered. T.V. M. A. G. 

299 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,0. 

The bust, a stone grey colour, on a dark brown ground, 5 x 3.5 inches, 
profile face, looking to his right. Exhibited at Ironmonger's Hall, rec- 
tangular. T.I I. M.A.a 

300 MISS HAYES. 

Duplicate of No. 319, for himself. On ivory, oval, 2.5x2 inches, 3 
qrs. face looking to her right. T.III. M. A. Gk 

301 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On ivory, oval, 3 X 2.625 inches. 3 qrs. face, looking to her right, half 
figure, in red dress, with fur, wearing gold necklace. T. III. M. A. G. 

302 MISTER HASELWOOD. 
From life. For Mr. Haselwood. 

303 H. H.SMITH. 

From life. For Mr. Smith. 

304 MISTRESS H. H. SMITH. 

305 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K.G, 

After Beechey. 70 guineas. For the King. 

306 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K,G, 
After Beechey, 70 guineas. 

307 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K.G, 
After Beechey. 70 guineas. 

308 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K,G, 

After Beechey. 70 guineas. For the Prince de Conde. 

309 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K,G, 
After Beechey. 70 guineas. 

310 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K.G, 
Duplicate of No. 305. 

311 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, K,G. 
After Reynolds. For the Queen, 50 guineas. 

312 FRANCIS I. MARQUIS OF HASTINGS. 
Born 1754. Created 1816. Died 1836. 

313 Mr. MANNERS. 

314 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G. 
After a bust by Turneille. Duplicate of No. 299. 

315 MURROUGH O^BRIEN, MARQUIS OF THOMOND, 
Born 1722. Succeeded 1756. Died 1808. 

316 VINCENT WANOSTROCHT, Z.Z.Z7. 

From life. For Doctor Wanostrocht, Head Master. 

317 GENERAL BURN, H.EJ.C 
Of the Indian Army, his cousin. 



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318 HELEN CLARKE. 

Daughter of Mistress Charles Clarke. 

319 MISS HAYES. 

Daughter of his friend John Hayes of Newport, Isle of Wight. 10 
guinecis. 

320 MISTRESS JOHN HAYES. 

Wife of his old friend lohn Hayes of Newport. 

321 NICHOLAS WANOSTROCHT, Z.Z.Z?. 

From life. Head Master of Alfred Grammar School, Clapham, where 
his sons were educated. 

322 MISTRESS NICHOLAS WANOSTROCHT. 
Wife of Doctor Wanostrocht, No. 321. 

323 MISS CROME. 

324 D. GREENWOOD LACEY. 

325 PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. 

Child of Dr. Manners Sutton. From life, and painting. For the Doc- 
tor. 

326 H.G. THE RIGHT REVEREND DOCTOR MARKHAM. 
Archbishop of York. After Hopner. For the Archbishop. 

327 H.G. THE RIGHT REVEREND DOCTOR MARKHAM. 
Duplicate of No. 326. For the Archbishop. 

328 H.G. THE RIGHT REVEREND DOCTOR MARKHAM. 
Duplicate of No. 326. For the Archbishop. 

329 COLONEL MARKHAM, 

After Lawrence. For Doctor Markham. 

330 PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. 

Grandson of the Bishop of St. Asaph. For the Bishop. After Reynolds. 

331 THE REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M.A. 

After an oil painting by Romney. C. G. 

332 MISTER CHOLMONDELEY 

Afterwards Lord Delannis. In his Painting Desk at his decease. M. A. G. 

333 SIR PALMER BARONET. 

334 SIR PALMER'S FAMILY. 

335 WYMAN BELLASIO. 

336 A GENTLEMAN NAMED DETHICK. 

337 JOHN JONES. 

" 43, Westmoreland Place, City Road, ; 8, Old Jewry ; 8, Coleman 
St." 

338 CAPTAIN JOHN HAYES. 
From life. For the Captain. 

339 JOHN BRENCHELEY. 

From life, painted at Maidstone, for him. 

340 MISTRESS AUST. 

? Of Limehouse, an old friend. 

341 CHARLES CLARKE. 

Duplicate of No. 217. For Mistress Clarke. 



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342 MISTRESS MAC ARTHUR. 
"II, Little New Street, Fetter Lane." 

343 MISTRESS SHAW. 

Mr. Rowe, at Mr. Gilbert's, 78, Fore Street, Cripplegate, took the picture 
to the wife of the missionary John Peel, at Sutton Marsh, near Wisbeach, 
Cambridgshire. 

344 GEORGE CHARLES IV. BARON VERNON. 

Born 1779. Succeeded 1829. Died 1835. For the Baron. 

345 EDWARD III. BARON HAWKE. 

Born 1774. Succeeded 1805. Died 1824. For the Baron. 

346 H.G. CAROLINE DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH. 
Born 1744. Died 181 1. After Romney. For the Duke. 

347 H.G.WILLIAM IV. DUKE OF MANCHESTER 

Born 1768. Succeeded 1788. Died 1843. After Steward. For the 
Duke. 30 guineas. 

348 GEORGE MARQUIS OF HUNTLEY. 

Afterwards V. Duke of Gordon. Born 1770. Succeeded 1827. Died 
1836. For the Marquis. 

349 GEORGE MARQUIS OF HUNTLEY. 
Duplicate of No. 350. For the Marquis. 

350 LORD HENRY WILLIAM PAGET. 

Afterwards Marquis of Anglesea. Born 1768. Created 1815. Died 
1854. Lost his leg at Waterloo. 

351 ROBERT EDMEADS. 

His daughter's brother-in-law, painted for him, from life. 

352 STAGEY GRIMALDI, RS,A, 
Painted for Mistress Charles Clarke. 

353 STACEY GRIMALDI, 7^.5.^. 
Painted for Mistress Charles Clarke. 

354 FRANCES GRIMALDI. 

Painted for himself. CO. 

355 CHARLES III., EARL OF ROMNEY. 

Born 1744. Succeeded 1793. Died 181 1. For the Earl. 

356 JOHN IV. EARL OF DARNLEY. 

Born 1767. Succeeded 1 78 1. Died 183 1. For the Earl. 

357 THE EARL OF WHITWORTH. 
For the Earl. Extinct Title. 

358 JOHN JAMES, LORD PERCIVAL. 

Afterwards Earl of Egremont. Born 1736. Succeeded 1772. Died 
1822. For his Lordship. 

359 EARL OF CHATHAM. 
For the Earl. 

360 LADY OTLEY. 

Duplicate of No. 392. " 34, Alpha Cottage, Alpha Road, Regent's 
Park, London." 

361 MISS RICHARDS. 

Married to Mr. Sanders of Liverpool. 



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362 THE MARQUIS OF WELLESLEY. 
Born 1760. Created 1799. Died 1842. 

363 LORD MOIRA. 

Afterwards Marquis of Hastings. Born 1754. Succeeded 1793. Died 
1836. 

364 H.G. CHARLES IV. DUKE OF RICHMOND. 

Bom 1764. Succeeded 1806. Died 1819. After Hopner. For the 
Duke. 

36s A GENTLEMAN NAMED NICHOLS. 

366 THE REVEREND JOHN FOWLER. 

367 EDMUND THORNTON. 

From an oil picture. For Mistress Thornton. 

368 A GENTLEMAN NAMED KNIGHT. 
Relation of Lord Headiey. 

369 A LADY NAMED NOEL. 

370 CAPTAIN NESBITT. 

371 A LADY NAMED DAVIS. 

372 MISTRESS NESBITT. 

373 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, H.E.I.C. 

" Picture of William Grimaldi, who left England, May, 1808, for Bom- 
bay. Presented to his sister Louisa by her Father W. Grimaldi." 3 
qrs. face, looking to his left, 2.875 x 2.25 inches, oval. L.F.E. 

374 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, R.A. 

3 qrs. face, looking to his left, 2.5 X 2.875 inches, oval, set in black 
japanned frame, with four others. L.F.E. 

375 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

? Frances Grimaldi, wearing high cap, black silk dress, blue scarf, pain- 
ted at No. 18, East St., London. 3 qrs. face, looking to her right, 
3.125x2.75 inches, oval. L.F.E. 

376 H.R.H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES. 

On ivory, rectangular, 2.875 ^ 2 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to her left, 
head and bust. In his painting desk at his decease. M.A.G. 

377 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 

Unfinished, 3 qrs. face, looking to his right, on card, 3.625 x 3 inches, 
oval, on a rectangular card, oval, 2.25 x i inches, head and bust In 
his painting desk at his decease. M.A.G. 

378 WILLIAM II. VISCOUNT MELBOURNE. 

Bom 1779. Succeeded 1828. Died 1848. For his Lordship. 

379 HENRY RICHARD III. BARON HOLLAND. 
Bom 1773. Succeeded 1774. Died 1840. 

380 THE RIGHT REVEREND THE LORD BISHOP OF BANGOR. 
After Reynolds. For the Bishop. 

381 THE RIGHT REVEREND THE LORD BISHOP OF PETER- 

BOROUGH. 
After Petors. For the Bishop. 

382 THE RIGHT REVEREND THE LORD BISHOP OF PETER- 

BOROUGH. 

Duplicate of No. 381. For the Bishop. 



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383 THE RIGHT REVEREND THE LORD BISHOP OF PETER- 

BOROUGH. 
Duplicate of No. 382. For the Bishop. 

384 HENRY PAGET I. EARL OF UXBRIDGE. 

Born 1744. Created 1784. Died 181 2. For the Earl. 
38s FREDERICK VII. EARL OF ATHLONE. 

For the Earl. Born 1766. Succeeded 1808. Died 18 10. 

386 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 

" His Grace Francis Duke of Bedford. Painted by William Grimaldij 
Enamel Painter, etc." 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, 5.25 X4.25 inches, 
on ivory, oval L.F.E. 

387 STACEY GRIMALDI, FSA. 

When a boy, on ivory, oval, 3-5 X 3 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to his 
left, half figure, in blue coat, and open frill. T. IV. M.A.G. 

388 STACEY GRIMALDI, RS.A. 

On ivory, oval, 3.125 x 2.625 inches, 3 qrs. face, looking to his left, in 
blue coat. L.F.E. 

389 PORTRAITS OF TWO SISTERS. 

Facing each other, 3 qrs. face, oval, 3.625 x 3.125 inches, on ivory. In 
his painting table at his decease. Drapery unfinished. M.A.G. 

390 PORTRAITS OF TWO SISTERS. 
Duplicate of No. 389. 

391 H.G. ARTHUR DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G, 

Looking to his left, on crimson back ground, rectangular, 2.875 ^ 2 inches. 
In his painting desk at his decease. See No. 199. M.A.G. 

392 LADY OTLEY. 

On card, oval, 3 qrs. face, looking to her right, 3.375 X 2.75 inches. In 
his painting desk at his decease. " 3 Agnes Villa, Bayswater." Un- 
finished. M.A.G. 

393 LADY PRICE. 

" After Sir Joshua Reynolds." 3 qrs. face, looking to her right 2.5 inches 
in diameter, round, on ivory. L.F.E. 

394 LADY PRICE. 
Duplicate of No. 393. 

395 MISS WHITE. 

Dress unfinished, 3 qrs face, looking to her left 2.5 x 2 inches, oval, on 
ivory. L.F.E. 

396 MISS WHITE, 

3 qrs. face, looking to her right, 3 x 2.5 inches, oval, on ivory. L.F.E. 

397 LADY AND INFANT. 

3 qrs. face, looking to right, 3.5 x 2.875 inches, oval, on ivory. L.F.E. 

398 LADY AND INFANT. 
Duplicate of No. 397. 

399 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

Profile, looking to her right, 1.875 X i-S inches, oval, on ivory. L.F.E. 

400 CHILD HOLDING PAPER. 

" After Sir Joshua Reynolds, By Wm. Grimaldi, Enamel Painter, etc." 



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3 qrs. face, looking to the left, 3.X3.S inches, oval, on ivory, cracked. 

L.F.E. 

401 CHILD WITH PAPER. 
Duplicate of No. 400. 

402 JOHN BAKER HOLROYD BARON SHEFFIELD. 
Born 1735. Created 1783. Died 182 1. For the Baron. 

403 GEORGE III. BARON RODNEY. 

Born 1782. Succeeded 1802. Died 1842. For the Baron. 

404 MISS MAYHEW. 
Afterwards married to Mr. Mayhew. 

40s MISS PRITCHARDS. 

406 MISTRESS WILSON. 

407 MISTRESS ELLISTON. 

408 JAMES BAILLIE. 
For Doctor Wanostrocht 

409 CAPTAIN WILKINSON. 
From life. For the Captain. 

410 DOCTOR HOOPER. 

41 1 REVEREND DOCTOR FORSTER. 

412 MISS FORSTER. 
413" MISS WRIGHT. 

414 LORD WILLIAM HUISH. 

Of the VI. Dragoon Guards. From life. For his Lordship. 

415 JOHN KEMBLE. 

416 AN ADMIRAL OF THE ROYAL NAVY. 

417- SIR JOHN PERRING BARONET. 
Created 1808. Died 183 1. 

418 CAPTAIN SIR EDWARD BERRY. 
Alive in 1828. 

419 MISTRESS DE SAINT JOHN. 

Exhibited at Somerset House, London, May 1821. No. 893. 

420 H.G. GEORGE IV. DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. 
Bom 1766. Succeeded 1819. Died 1840. After Reynolds. 

421 H.G. CHARLES IV. DUKE OF RICHMOND. 
Bom 1764I Succeeded 1806. Died 1819. 

422 H.G. JOHN L DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, K.G. 
Bom 1650. Created 1702. Died 1722. 

423 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN NAMED LARKIN. 

424 H.G. THOMAS IV. DUKE OF LEEDS. 
Duplicate of No. 50, probably of the same date. 

425 JOHN DUKE OF WESTMORELAND. 
Duplicate of No. 16, probably of the same date. 

426 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, KNIGHT, P.B.A. 
Duplicate of No. 51, probably of the same date. 



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427 MISTRESS STROUD. 
Duplicate of No. 156, probably of the same date, 

428 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
Duplicate of No. 276. 

429 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
Duplicate of No. 279. 

430 PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN PERSON. 
Duplicate of No. 280. 

431 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 
Duplicate of No. 281. 

432 PORTRAIT OF A PERSON UNKNOWN. 
Duplicate of No. 282. 

433 LETITIA RICHARDS. 
Duplicate of No. 283. 

434 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 
Duplicate of No. 301. 

435 MISTER CHOLMONDLEY. 
Duplicate of No. 332. 

436 H.R.H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES. 
Duplicate of No. 376. 

437 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
Duplicate of No. 377. ] 

438 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. ! 
Duplicate of No. 399. , 

439 H. G. SUSAN DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER. 
Died 1828. After Steward. For the Duke. 30 guineas. 

440 MISTRESS PEACOCK. 1830 73 

Of Bond Street, London. For her, to whom it was given after his de- 
cease, she having already defrayed a pof^ion of the cost Unfinished, 
£6. 



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YEAR 


AGE 


1787 


36 




M.A.G. 


1795 


44 




M.A.G. 


1808 


57 




M.A.G. 


1808 


57 




M.A.G. 


1808 


57 




M.A.G. 


1808 


57 




M.A.G. 


1820 


69 



1 LANDSCAPE AFTER NATURE. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, May. No. 367. 

2 A VIEW IN SWITZERLAND. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy. No. 477. 

3 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, R.A. 

On card. For his son William. 

4 FRANCES GRIMALDI. 

On card. For his son William. 

5 LOUISA FRANCES GRIMALDI. 

On card. For his son William. 

6 STACEY GRIMALDI. F.S,A, 

On card. For his son William. 

7 THE TOILET, 

Floral design, with female head, garlands, incense bearers, scrolls, etc., 
surrounding a toilet table, as frontispiece, 5x4 inches. M.A.G. 

8 HUMILITY. 1820 69 

Looking glass on four supports, in red wood, with yellow mountings, 
with a nosegay of flowers on the top, 'Humility' in centre, 2.5 X 2.5 inches. 

M.A.G. 

9 THE ENCHANTING MIRROR. 1820 69 

Oval, grey, with blue shading, " The Enchanting Mirror" in the centre 
1.875 X 1.25 inches. M.A.G. 

I o A WASH TO SMOOTH WRINKLES. 1820 69 

Cut glass vial, a third full of red fluid, stopped, 1.625 x .75 inches. M.A.G. 

I I CONTENTMENT. 1 820 69 

The same vial as No. 10, unstopped, " Contentment" on it. M.A.G. 

12 AN UNIVERSAL AND GENERAL BEAUTIFIER 1820 69 

Circular cut glass vial, a third full of red fluid, gilt cover, over glass 
stopper, 1.375 inches. M.A.G. 

13 GOOD HUMOUR. 1820 69 

Same glass as No. 12, without the cover, "Humility" on it. M.A.G. 

14 ATTENTION. 1820 69 

A carved wooden box, blue and yellow, with white carving, containing 
two pearl and ruby ear-rings, the lid open, lined with white silk and 
green roses, 'Attention* on it, 2.625 x 1-375 inches. M.A.G. 

15 A MATCHLESS PAIR OF EAR-RINGS. 1820 69 

Cover of white silk with green roses, to the lid of No. 14, "A Matchless 
Pair of Ear-rings" on it, 1.5 x.5 inches. M.A.G. 



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i6 INNOCENCE. 1820 69 

White china vase, with yellow handles and rim, upon a red velvet cover- 
ed stand, "Innocence" on it. 1.375 x 1.875 inches M.A.G. 

17 BEST WHITE PAINT. 1820 69 

Green cover tied round the mouth of No. 16, "Best White Paint" on it 
I X .375 inches. m.a.G. 

18 MODESTY. 1820 69 

Thin, painted, shallow, wooden box, containing eight jars of rouge, on 
white ground, *Modesty*on it, 2.375 X-875 inches. M.A.G. 

19 ROUGE SUPERIEUK. 1820 69 

Lid of No. 18, white ground, flowers at the corners, on a blue oval, in 
the centre " Rouge Superieur, ne se vend pas a Paris." 1. 125 X .625 inches 

M.A.G. 

20 A MIXTURE GIVING SWEETNESS TO THE VOICE. 

1820 69 

Cut glass decanter, a third filled with yellow fluid, with glass stopper, 
1 .62 5 X . 87 5 inches. M. A.G. 

21 MILDNESS AND TRUTH, 1820 69 

Same decanter as No. 20, unstopped, "Mildness and Truth" on it. M.A.G. 

22 CHEERFULNESS. 1820 69 

Circular china jar of red salve, "Cheerfulness" on it, 1.25 x 1.75 inches, 
roses on a white ground. M.A.G. 

23 A FINE LIP SALVE. 1820 69 

Circular cover to No. 22, in china, .625 x 1.125 inches. M.A.G- 

24 THE LATE KING'S EYE WATER. 1820 69 

Glass vase and stopper, richly ornamented with coloured flowers, 1.75 x i 
inches. M.A.G. 

25 BENEVOLENCE. 1820 69 

Same vase as No. 24, unstopped, a third filled with red fluid, on it the 
word "Benevolence." M.A.G. 

26 A SUIT OF ARMOUR. 1823 72 

Figure of a youth in armour, ascending two steps, bearing a scroll, with 
the motto of the Pauletts *• Aymez Loyaulte," 6.5 x 3.5 inches. M.A.G. 

27 AN ADMIRABLE PLUME. 1823 72 

A royal crown, with three ostrich feathers springing from out of it, 
2X 1.5 inches. M.A.G. 

28 A NOBLE HELMET. 1823 72 

Copy of a Knight's steel helmet of the reign of Henry VIII., weighing 
5.5 pounds, formerly belonging to his son Stacey. 2 inches square. 

M.A.G. 

29 THE STRONGEST BREASTPLATE. 1823 72 

Copy of a steel breast plate of Henry VII. reign, formerly belonging 
to his son Stacey. 2 x 1.5 inches. M.A.G. 

30 AN INVULNERABLE BACK PLATE. 1823 72 

Copy of one about 300 years old, weighing seven pounds, formerly in 
the possession of his son Stacey. 2.25 X I. 5 inches. M.A.G. 

31 A POWERFUL SWORD. 1823 72 

Copy of that formerly belonging to Guy Earl of Warwick, preserved in 
Warwick Castle. 3x75 inches. M.A.G. 



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32 A SPLENDID SHIELD. 1823 72 

Copy of a shield presumed to have belonged to the French Royal 
Family, ornamented with fleur de lis, 1.875 inches diameter. M.A.G. 

33 A TILTING LANCE. 1823 72 

Copy of a Lance used by Louis XIII. King of France. 3.25 inches long. 

M.A.G. 

34 BEAUTIFUL HOUSINGS. 1823 72 

A horse in armour and housings, bearing a Knight armed cap a pied, 
holding a shield of the Grimaldi arms, chiefly taken from an ancient 
seal of the Dukes of Brabant. 1.75 X 2 inches. 

35 EXCELLENT GAUNTLETS. 1823 72 

Copied from some of Elizabeth's reign. 2 x 1.5 inches. M.A.G. 

36 THE BRIGHTEST SPURS. 1823 72 

Pair of Spurs of the reign of Charles I. 2x2 inches. M.A.G. 

37 AN UNSULLIED BANNER. 1823 72 

An ensign of a red cross on a white ground. 3x2 inches. M.A.G. 

38 MARY ANN GRIMALDI. 1826 75 

His daughter-in-law with her infant son Stacey. Oval. From life. 

M.A.G. 

39 ALEXANDER GRIMALDI. 

His Father. For his son Stacey, copy of the crayon. M.A.G. 

40 LOUISA FRANCES EDMEADS. 

His daughter. After nature. M.A.G. 

41 GIRL WASHING A GLASS. 

After Murillo. * M.A.G. 

42 LANDSCAPE WITH MOUNTAINS AND WOOD. 

After Glover, probably a Welsh scene. M.A.G. 

43 LANDSCAPE WITH MOUNTAINS AND WOOD. 

Duplicate of No. 42, unfinished. M.A.G. 

44 LANDSCAPE WITH MOUNTAINS AND WOOD. 

Duplicate of No. 42, less finished than No. 43. M.A.G. 

45 LANDSCAPE WITH MOUNTAINS AND WOOD. 

Duplicate of No. 42, less finished than No. 44. M.A.G. 

46 THE SWISS WATERFALL. 

A romantic fall, among vine clad ruins, a man warning another not to 
bathe among the rocks. M.A.G. 

47 THE SWISS WATERFALL. 

Duplicate of No. 46, unfinished. M.A.G. 

48 PYGMALION AND THE STATUE. 

Pygmalion expressing astonishment, at the Statue's coming to life. 

M.A.G. 

49 RURAL LANDSCAPE. 

A shepherd and his dog returning home to his cottage. Painted in 
body colours. M.A.G. 

50 ROMANTIC LANDSCAPE. 

A wooden bridge over a roaring torrent. After Copet. M.A.G. 

51 RURAL SCENE. 

Boy falling from a tree, in getting a bird's nest. M.A.G. 



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52 SIR CHARLES MORGAN'S ARMS. M.A.G. 

53 EARL OF DARNLEY'S ARMS. M.A.G. 

54 EARL OF DARNLEY'S ARMS M.A.G. 

55 EARL OF DARNLEY'S CREST. M.A.G. 

56 EARL OF BERKLEY'S CREST.— A mitre. M.A.G. 

57 PRINCE OF MONACO'S CREST. 

Over a drawing of the Grimaldi Arms by his son Stacey. M.A.G. 

58 DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S BATON. 

Fainted from the original at Apsley House. M.A.G. 

59 DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S GOLDEN FLEECE. 

From the original Order at Apsley House. ■ M.A.G. 

60 REVEREND JOHN EDMEADS. M.A.G. 

61 VIEW OF SHREWSBURY. M.A.G. 

62 CAVALIER IN ARMOUR OF CHARLES II. TIME. M.A.G. 

63 ARMOUR OF HENRY IV. M.A.G. 

64 A ROMAN HELMET. M.A.G. 

65 HALF SUIT OF GOLD AND STEEL ARMOUR. M.A.G. 

66 DUPLICATE OF No. 65. M.A.G. 

67 A SHIELD AND GORGET. m.a,g. 

68 LORD CHANCELLOR IN ROBES. M.A.G. 

69 ARMS OF COLONEL CHARLES BARRY. f.d. 

70 EMBLEMATICAL ORNAMENTS. 

For the Duke of Wellington's portrait. M. A. G. 

71 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

In black turban, on cardboard. M.A.G- 

72 PORTRAIT OF JOHN JONES. 

Engraver of his miniatures, etc. M.A.G. 

73 THE SIMPSON SHIELD OF ARMS. 

Lion rampant, on blue ground, crest, a Saracen's head. M.A.G. 

74 VIEW OF STOCKBURY. 

Near Deptling, Maidstone, Kent, residence of Flint Stacey, Esq. 

M.A.G. 

75 RURAL SCENE. 

Shepherd with lambs, woman at cottage door, outline. m.a.g. 

76 FANCIFUL COMPOSITION. 

Bridge bearing an urn, ship in distance, sketch. M.A.G. 

77 PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN LADY. 

Full length, sketch. M.A.G. 

78 DUPLICATE OF No. 77. M.A.G. 

79 DUPLICATE OF No. 77. M.A.G. 

80 DUPLICATE OF No. 77. M.A.G. 

81 DUPLICATE OF No. 77. M.A.G. 

82 IMITATION OF BOOK BACKS. 

For his son Stacey Grimaldi's library. M.A.G. 

83 MARY ANN GRIMALDL 

Design for a picture of his daughter-in-law and grandson. m.a.g- 



43 

84 STACEY GRIMALDI, P.S,A. 

For Louisa Frances Edmeads. L.F.E. 

85 STACEY GRIMALDI, FS.A. 

For his son William. C.G. 

86 FRANCES GRIMALDL 

For his son William. C.G. 

87 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, R,A. 

An unfinished sketch of the head, full face, oval, at the back is written 
" This was done by my Father, but there is hardly any resemblance 
whatever of him, Stacey Grimaldi." 3.5 x 2.75 inches. L.B.G. 



(&xiti of Sfaaater^ODiiIour BratDingst. 



^ 441 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 1774 23 

A water-colour miniature, on ivory, half figure, sitting, with his hand 
up to his face, in scarlet coat with blue facings and gold epaulettes, 
white and gold waistcoat, powdered hair, 3 qrs. face, looking to the left, 
in narrow gilt frame and crystal, oval, 2.5 x 2 inches, L.B.G. 

442 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

Water-colour miniature on ivory. Head and bust, wearing curls, hair 
adorned with pearls, and with a pearl necklace, in low pink dress with 
blue bows, 3 qrs. face, looking to the left, cracked, 2 x 1.75 inches. 

L#.B»G. 
See page 38. 



^ 



44 



V. ^mtil ll3ratDtngs(. 



YEAR AGE 

I to 6 VARIOUS LANDSCAPES. 1764 13 
Copied from a 'Book of Landscapes' given to him, and made at his 
Father's house in Finsbury. 

7 to 12 IMAGINARY LANDSCAPES. 1765 14 

Compiled by selecting portions from the Landscapes in Nos. i — 6, and 
combining them into fresh scenes. 

13 HEAD OF PLATO THE PHILOSOPHER. 1766 15 

Drawn from a gem, for Thomas Worlidge. M.A.G. 

14 SABINA. 1766 15 

Drawn from a gem, for Thomas Worlidge. M.A.G. 

15 HEAD OF MAN WITH CAP. 1766 15 

From a drawing by Worlidge. M.A.G. 

16 HEAD OF A SATYR. 1767 16 

From a drawing by Worlidge. M.A.G. 

17 FIGURE OF A BOY. 1767 16 

In a Spanish Costume, on vellum. M.A.G. 

18 PORTRAIT OF MISTRESS WORLIDGE. 1767 16 

His Aunt. Afterwards Mistress Ashley. After life. M.A.G. 

19 MOTHER AND CHILD. 1767 16 

After Worlidge, on vellum, unfinished. M.A.G. 

20 STUDY OF A HEAD. 1767 16 

After Worlidge, on vellum. M. A.G. 

21 DRAWING OF A HEAD. 1768 17 

After Worlidge, a portrait. 

22 HEAD OF MAN AND COLLAR. 1771 20 

After an original picture by Worlidge, on gold-beaters skin. M.A.G. 

23 VENUS RECLINING ON A COUCH. 1771 20 

After a copy by Worlidge of Titian's celebrated picture! m.a.G. 

24 FEMALE HEAD IN HIGH CAP. 1771 20 

After Worlidge, on gold-beaters skin, oval. M.A.G. 

25 S.A.R. LEDUC D'ORLEANS. before 1786 35 

An outline, on gold-beaters skin and card. m.a.G. 

26 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, AT.C. 1789 38 

An outline, for his miniature. M.A.G. 

27 MISTRESS FITZHERBERT. 1789 38 

An outline, for his miniature. M.A.G. 



45 

28 H.G. THE DUKE OF LEEDS. 1789 38 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

29 MASTER BUNBURY. 1789 38 

An outline, for his miniature. M.A.G. 

30 LADY HARRIS. 1790 39 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

31 DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK. 1790 39 

An outline for a miniature. M.A.G. 

32 REVEREND JOHN WESLEY. M.A. 1790 39 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

33 REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M.A, 1790 39 

Duplicate of No. 32. M.A.G. 

34 REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, M,A. 1790 39 

Duplicate of No. 32. M.A.G. 

35 LORD MALMESBURY. 1791 40 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

36 LORD MALMESBURY. 1791 40 

Another outline for a miniature. M.A.G. 

37 LORD MALMESBURY'S DAUGHTER. 1791 40 

An outline for a miniature. M.A.G, 

38 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P.R.A. 1792 41 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

39 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. P.R.A. 1792 41 

Another outline for a miniature. M.A.G. 

40 CHILDREN OF THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE. 

179s 44 
An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

41 LADY CHARLOTTE HORNBY, 1796 45 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

42 LORD MILTON. 1796 45 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

43 GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. 1799 48 

An outline for his miniature, M.A.G. 

44 GENERAL PAOLI. 1800 49 

An outline for his miniature. M. A.G. 

45 H.G. JOHN I. DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, K.G. 1806 55 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

46 H.G. FRANCIS V. DUKE OF BEDFORD. 1806 55 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

47 H.G. MARQUIS OF TAVISTOCK. 1810 59 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

48 H.G. MARCHIONESS OF TAVISTOCK. 1810 59 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

49 SIR CHARLES MORGAN'S FAMILY. 1810 59 

A Sketch for his miniature. M.A.G. 

50 H.B.M. KING CHARLES I, K.G, 181 1 60 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 



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1 H.B.M. KING HENRY VII., K.G. 1812 61 
An outline for his miniature. m.a.g. 

2 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1813 62 
First sketch in outline for his miniature. M.A.G* 

3 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, A". (7. 1814 63 
Wearing his orders. An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

4 ORDER OF MERIT. 1815 64 
Presented to the Duke of Wellington. From the original. M.A.G. 

5 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, AT.G^. 1815 64 
A drawing made for his portrait. M.A.G. 

6 TWO ORDERS OF MERIT. 1815 64 
Presented to the Duke of Wellington. From the originals. m.a.g. 

7 H.G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, A-.G. 1815 64 
Bust. An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

8 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1816 65 
An outline for his miniature. m.a.g. 

9 H.G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G, 1817 66 

An outline for his miniature. • M.A.G. 

60 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1818 67 
An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

6i H.R.H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES. 1818 67 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

62 H.G. ARTHUR I. DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G. 1819 68 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

63 H.M. QUEEN CHARLOTTE. before 1820 69 

An outline for his miniature. M.A.G. 

64 A SUIT OF ARMOUR. 1823 

A sketch for his son Stacey's work. 

65 LOYALTY. 1823 

A Study, with a tutor seated with a book, his pupil, writing with a 
diamond on the lattice pane. From "L'Education d'Henri IV." p. 34, 
set in a deep frame, ornamented with scallop shells and scrolls at the 
comers, from the original at Hernden House, 4x3 inches. 

66 WISDOM. 1823 72 

King Alfred in disguise listening at a Danish tent, in which Danes are 
feasting, " From Scholy's English History," same size and frame as No. 
65. 

67 VIRTUE. 1823 72 

George III. addressing Parliament after being shot at, same size and 
frame as No. 65. 

68 PRUDENCE. 1823 72 

John Lord Talbot, treacherously imprisoned by the Countess of Au- 
vergne, is rescued by his soldiers breaking into the Castle, same size and 
frame as No. 65. 

69 VALOUR. i«23 72 

Prince of Wales and King of Bohemia fighting at Cressy, 1346, same 
frame and size as No. 65. 



72 

M.A.G. 
72 



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70 MERCY. 18^3 7a 

Richard I. on his death bed, interrogating Gourdon, 119X, the same size 
and frame as No. 65. 

71 GALLANTRY. 1823 72 

George IL drinking the Pretender's health at a Masquerade. Same size 
and frame as No. 65. 

72 MODESTY. 1823 72 

The Black Prince serving the captive King of France, after his defeat 
at Poictiers, 1356. Same size and frame as No. 65. 

73 FRIENDSHIP. 1823 12 

Lord Russell receiving a message in prison from Lord Cavendish, to 
effect his escape. Same size and frame as No. 65. 

74 DILIGENCE. 1823 72 

Robert Bruce receiving spurs and money from a friend, to warn him to 
fly to Scotland. Same size and frame as No. 65. 

75 HONOR. 1823 12 

A Soldier at Waterloo, carrying a wounded Ensign and the Colours. 
Same size and frame as No. 65. 

76 SOLDIER IN REGIMENTALS. Vellum. M.A.G. 

77 HEAD OF ANGEL. M.A.G. 

78 LADY REYNOLDS. Outline. M.A.G. 

79 LADY WHITSHED AND INFANT SON. M.A.G. 

80 BOY WITH GRAPES. Outline. M.A.G. 

81 LADY WITH MUFF. Outline. M.A.G. 

82 MISS BOYDELL. Outline. M.A.G. 

83 MR. CHOLMONDELY. Outline. M.a.g. 

84 DUPLICATE OF NO. 83. M.A.G. 

85 EARL OF DARNLEY. Outline. M.A.G. 

86 EARL OF DARNLEY. Outline. M.A.G. 

87 LADY DARNLEY AND INFANT SON. 

Outline on goldbeaters skin and card. M.A.G. 

88 LADY CHARLOTTE HORNBY. Outline. m.a.g! 

89 MR BELLINGTON. Outline. 

90 LADY H. WHITSHED. Outline. M.A.G. 

91 BOY WITH DRUM. Outline. M.A.G. 

92 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, ff.E.LC. 

When a boy. Outline. M.A.G. 

93 SKATING FESTIVAL, HOLLAND. m.a.g. 

94 FLEMISH ROADSIDE INN. M.A.G. 

95 DUCHESS OF YORK. Outline. M.A.G. 

96 MARQUIS OF HASTINGS. Outline. M.A.C. 

97 LORD SHEFFIELD. Outline. m.a.g. 

98 DUKE OF RICHMOND. Outline. m.a.g 

99 A PORTRAIT. Outline. m.a.g. 



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100 JOHN IV. DUKE OF BEDFORD. Outline. M.A.G. 

loi HONOURABLE MR. BLIGH. 

Brother to the Earl of Darnley. Outline. M.A.G. 

102 MARQUIS OF HASTINGS. Outline. M.A.G. 

103 DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE. Outline. M.A.G. 

104 DUKE OF BEDFORD. Outline. M.A.G. 

105 DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH. Outline. M.A.G. 

106 ALESSANDRA MARIA GRIMALDI. Outline. M.A.G. 

107 TWO CHILDREN. Outline. J^.a.g. 

108 CHILDREN WITH CARICATURE. 

After Reynolds. Outline. M.A.G. 

109 DUPLICATE OF NO. 108. M.A.G. 

no MRS. CHARLES CLARKE. 

Oval outline on goldbeaters skin. M.A.G. 

111 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, HMJ.C. 

For his son William. M.AX>. 

112 LOUISA FRANCES GRIMALDL 

For his Son William. M.A.G. 

113 LOUISA FRANCES GRIMALDI. 

In black, for his son Stacey, in his painting desk at his decease. 

M.A.G. 

1 14 DUCHESS OF YORK. Outline. M.A.G. 

115 QUEEN CHARLOTTE. Outline. M.A.G. 

116 DUKEOFGRATTEN. Outline. M.A.G. 

1 17 STUDY OF AN ARM. Outline. m.a.g. 

118 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. Outline. M.A.G. 

1 19 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

Wearing a foreign hat, seated, a sketch. M.A.G. 

120 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

Full length, with long waist, a sketch. M.A.G. 

121 A FOREIGN STREET. Outline. M.A.G. 

122 A LADY. Faint sketch. M.A.G. 

123 BUXTON. Sketch from nature. M.A.G. 

124 HEAD OF OLD MAN WITH LONG BEARD. Sketch. M.A.G. 

125 A COUNTRY SCENE. 

Boys at See-saw, old man gathering fruit, a sketch. M.A.G. 

126 SHEPHERD'S DOG AND SWINE. Sketch. m.a.g. 

1 27 A BOY. Sketch. M.A.G. 

128 HEADS OF TWO BOYS. Sketch. m.a.g. 

129 OUTLINES OF HEADS. M.A.G. 

130 STUDY OF HUMAN FIGURE. 

In outline, with divisions for copying. M.A.G. 

131 SIMILAR SUBJECT TO NO. 130. M.A.G. 



49 

132 A BOY. Sketch. m.a.g. 

133 LOUISA FRANCES GRIMALDI. 

When a girl drawing. Sketch. m.a.g. 

134 VIEW OF STOCKBURY. 

Near Maidstone. Villa of Mr. C. Stacey. M.A.G. 

J35 MARY ANN GRIMALDI, AND INFANT. 

Seated on sofa, with imaginary Scenery, etc., M.A.G. 

136 MARY ANN GRIMALDI, AND INFANT. 

Another copy of the same subject as No. 135. M.A.G. 

137 A PARTY AT CARDS. 

Frances Grimaldi, Stacey Grimaldi, and two other persons. M.A.G. 

138 H. B. M. KING GEORGE IV, K.G, Outline. M.A.G. 

139 ANOTHER COPY OF No. 138. M.A.G. 

140 DUKE OF BEDFORD. Outline. M.A.G. 

141 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. Outline. M.A.G. 

142 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Outline. M.A.G. 

143 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Outline. M.A.G. 

144 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Outline. M.A.G. 
14s COLONEL MARKHAM. Outline. M.A.G. 

146 BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH. Outline. M.A.G. 

147 ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. Outline. M.A.G. 

148 ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. Outline. M.A.G. 

149 LORD RODNEY. Outline. M.a.g. 

150 RIGHT HONOURABLE WILLIAM PITT, M,P. Outline. 

M.A.G. 

151 LORD NORTH. Outline. M.A.G. 

152 MR. FLUSHING. Outline. M.A.G. 

153 MR. PROWLING. Outline. M.A.G. 

154 MR. MUNDAY. Outline. M.A.G. 

155 MR. MANNERS. Outline. M.A.G. 

156 GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. M.A.G. 

157 MR. BOULTON. Outline. M.A.G. 

158 LORD CAREW. Outline. M.A.G. 

159 LORD CAREW. Outline. M.A.G. 

160 RIGHT HONOURABLE CHARLES J AMES FOX, Ar.P. Outline. 

M.A.G. 



0^ of $mcil lBratDmg0. 



so 



VI. intiim <nit Bratoingsf. 



1 OLIVER CROMWELL. 1763 12 

Bom 1599. Protector 1653. Died 1658. After Worlidge. M.A.G. 

2 AN ARTISTIC STUDY. 1768 17 

Human Head, with pen. After Rembrant. M.A.G. 

3 AN ARTISTIC STUDY. 1769 i8 

Human figure with pen. After Rembrant M.A.G. 

4 TWO BREASTPLATES. 1823 72 

Apparently for the " Suit of Armour. " K.AJG. 

5 A COUNTRY SCENE 

Boy falling from a tree, another standing beneatii. iLAAi. 

6 BATTLE SCENE. 

Apparently after a large composition by a Master. ILAM. 

7 AN ARTISTIC STUDY. 

Human Head turned to one side. Sketch, M.A.G. 

8 A COUNTRY SCENE. 

French villagers variously occupied, perhaps from Nature when abroad. 

M.A.&. 

9 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

Name unknown, a sketch probably for a miniature. M.a:g. 

10 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

The satne subject as in No. 9. 



^v^ of Indian ink MvsSoiinsfi* 



SI 



Yii. (&rsgtm ^t^infpi* 



1 ALESSANDRO MARIA GRIMALDI. 

His Grandfather. Drawn for his son Stacey. M.A.G. 

2 ALEXANDER GRIMALDI. 

His Father. Drawn from life for his soa Stacey. M.A.G. 

3 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, Ji^. 

Drawn from life. M.A.G. 

4 WILLIAM GRIMALDI, I/.E.I.C. 

His son. For Frances Grimaldi his «4fe. M.A.G. 

5 STACEY GRIMALDI, i?:5..4. 

His son. From life, for his wife. M.A.G. 

6 H.B.M. KING GEORGE IV., K.G. 

Drawing for the body of his picture, blue paper. M.A.G. 

7 FLINT STACEY. 

Of Maidstone, Kent. M.A.G. 

8 ANATOMICAL STUDIES. 

Portions of the Human body, red chalk. M.A.G. 



etits at Crayon firato(n00« 



52 



VIII Copptr^'plate Cnffrabittffsf. 



1 HEAD OF AN ANGEL. 

Engraved when a pupil for amusement M.A.G. 

2 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved from a drawing made by Worlidge, when his pupil in London, 
for Worlidge's Book of Antique Gems, published in 1768, London, 410. 

M.A.G. 

3 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved at the same time as No. 2. M.A.G. 

4 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved the same period as No. 2. M. A.G. 

5 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved the same period as No. 2. M.A.G. 

6 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved at the same period as No. 2. M.A.G. 

7 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved at the same period as No. 2. M.A.G. 

S A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved at the same period as No. 2. M.A.G. 

9 A GEM FROM THE ANTIQUE. 

Engraved at the same period as No. 2. These engraved gems were 
etched with the fine points of needles, and were very highly esteemed 
for their delicacy and accuracy. M.A.G. 



a^U of ODopper^pIate O^grabCngd^ 



53 



IX. engrabingd on Copper^ after WL ^vimnlHU 



1 MARY FIELDER. 1776 25 

Painted and engraved at Portsmouth. 

2 PRINCE WILLIAM OF GLOUCESTER. 1793 42 

Engraved by J. Jones from his water colour miniature, oval, quarto size, 
in a border, royal arms underneath. B.M. ; M.AG. ; W.B.G. ; M.B.G. ; 
H.B.G. ; L.B.G. ; B.B.G. ; C.B.G. ; A.B.G. 

3 REVEREND DOCTOR FOWLER. 1794 43 

Engraved by Jones from his water colour miniature, oval. M.A.G. 

4 H.G. ARTHUR L DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K,G. 1814 63 

Engraved by Heath from his Water Colour miniature No. 391, at a cost 
of ;£^SO. To be published by Colnaghi. It was found however that it 
infringed the copyright act, and so the portrait was hammered out, 
leaving the rich emblematical border, one impression was taken off, 
10x8.5 inches, proofs to be, i. 11. 6. prints, i. i. o. The plate and en- 
graving in the possession of M.A.G. 

5 FLORAL FRONTISPIECE. 1820 68 

" The Toilet. R. L. Wright. Sc. 317, Strand." From his Water Colour 
Drawing No. 7, size of plate 4x5 inches. B.M. ; E.B. ; M.A.G. ; 
W.B.G. ; M.B.G. ; H.B.G. ; W.B.G. ; L.B.G. ; B.B.G. ; C.B.G. ; 
A.B.G. 

6 LOOKING GLASS OF A MIRROR. 1820 69 

" The Enchanting Mirror." From his Water Colour Drawing No. 9, 
same size. B.M., &c., as No. 5. 

7 MIRROR ON STAND. 1820 69 

" Humility." From his Water Colour Drawing No. 8, size as No. 5. 
B.M., &c., as No. 5. 

8 TOILET VIAL, STOPPED. 1820 69 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 10, same size, B.M., &c., as No. 

s. 

9 TOILET VIAL, UNSTOPPED. 1820 69 

" A Wash to smooth Wrinkles. Contentment." From his Water Colour 
Drawing No. 11, size as No. 5. B.M., &c., as No. $. 

10 GLOBULAR TOILET GLASS, STOPPED. 1820 69 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 12, same size. B.M., &c., as No. 

5. 

1 1 GLOBULAR TOILET GLASS, UNSTOPPED. 1820 69 

" An universal and genuine Beautifier. Good Humour." From his 
Water Colour Drawing No. 13, B.M., &c., and size as No. 5. 



54 

12 BOX OF EAR RINGS COVER. 1820 69 

" A Matchless pair of Ear Rings." From his Water Colour Drawing 
No. 15. B.M., &c., as No. 5. 

13 OPEN BOX OF EAR RINGS. 1820 69 1 

"Attention." From his Water Colour Drawing No. 14, same size. 
B.M., &c, as No. 5. 

14 TOILET VASE COVER. 1820 69 

*' Best White Paint." From his Water Colour Drawing No. 17, same 
size, B.M., &C., as No. 5. 

15 TOILET VASE, UNCOVERED. 1820 69 

" Innocence." From his Water Colour Drawing No. 16, size and B.M.i 
etc., as No. 5. 

i6 TOILET ROUGE BOX COVER. 1820 69 

" Rouge Superieur ne se vend pas a Paris." From his Water Colour 
Drawing No. 19, same size, B.M., etc, as No. 5. 

17 TOILET ROUGE BOX. 

** Modesty." From his Water Colour Drawing No. 18, size and B.M., 
etc., as No. 5. 

18 ANGULAR TOILET VIAL, STOPPED. 1820 69 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 20, same size, B.M., etc, as No. 5. 

19 ANGULAR TOILET VIAL, UNSTOPPED. 1820 69 

"A Mixture giving Sweetness to the Voice. Mildness and Truth." 
From his Water Colour Drawing No. 20, size and B.M., etc, as No. 5. 

20 TOILET CHINA BOX COVER. 1820 69 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 23. same size, B.M., etc., as No. 

5. 
zi TOILET CIRCULAR CHINA BOX. 1820 69 

"A Fine Lip Salve. Cheerfulness." From his Water Colour Drawing 
N0.22, size as No. 5, B.M., etc, as No. 5. 

22 DECORATED GLASS VASE, STOPPED. 1820 69 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 24, same size, B.M., etc, as No. 5. 

23 DECORATED GLASS VASE, UNSTOPPED. 1820 69 

" The Late King's Eye Water. Benevolence." From his Water Colour 
Drawing No. 25, size as No. 5, B.M., as No. 5. 

24 A SUIT OF ARMOUR. 1823 72 

Engraved from his Pencil Drawing No. 64. "Amez Loyaulte W. G. 
delt, Armstrong, sc And hope to be invulnerable in these bright 
Arms. Thus tempered heavenly." 7.5 X 5.5 inches, B.M., etc, as No. 
2. 

25 PRINCE OF WALES PLUME AND CORONET. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 27, 3x2 inches, B.M., etc., as 
No. 2. 

26 HENRI IV. KING OF FRANCE. 1823 72 

" An Admirable Plume. Loyalty. Armstrong sculp." From his Pencil 
Drawing No. 65. Size of plate, 6.5 X4.5 inches, B.M., etc, as No. 2. 

27 A KNIGHTS CLOSED HELMET. 1823 72 

From his Water colour Drawing No. 28, size 3x2 inches, B.M., etc, as 
No. 2. 

28 ALFRED IN THE DANISH CAMP. 1823 72 

" A Noble Helmet, Wisdom, R. L. Wright, sculp." From his Pencil 
Drawing No. 66^ size as No. 7, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 



55 

29 A STEEL BREASTPLATE. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 29, size as No. 27, B.M., etc., as No« 
2. 

30 GEORGE in. OPENING PARLIAMENT, 1823 72 

" The Strongest Breastplate, Virtue, R. L. Wright, sculp." From his 
Pencil Drawing No. 6t^ size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

31 A STEEL BACK PLATE. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing'No. 30, size as No. 27, B.M., etc., as No. 
2. 

32 LORD TALBOT AND COUNTESS AUVERGNE. 1823 72 

"An Invulnerable Back Plate. Prudence, R. L. Wright, sculp." From 
his Pencil Drawing No. 68, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

33 SWORD OF GUY EARL OF WARWICK. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 31, size as No. 26, B.M., as No. 2. 

34 BLACK PRINCE AND KING OF BOHEMIA. 1823 72 

"A Powerful Sword. Valour. Armstrong, sculp." From his Pencil 
Drawing No. 69, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

35 RICHARD I. AND GOURDON. 1823 72 

"A splendid Shield. Mercy, Armstrong, sculp." From his Pencil 
Drawing No. 70, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

36 ROYAL SHIELD OF FRANCE. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 32. size as No. 27. B.M., etc., as 
No. 2. 

37 A TILTING LANCE. '1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 33, size as No. 27, B.M., etc., as 
No. 2. 

38 GEORGE IL TOASTING THE PRETENDER. 1823 72 

" A Tilting Lance, Gallantry, R. L. Wright, sculp." From his Pencil 
Drawing No. 71, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

39 A KNIGHT OFTHE GRIMALDI FAMILY. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 34, size as No. 27, B.M., etc., as No. 
2. 

40 BLACK PRINCE WAITING ON KING JEAN. 1823 73 

" Beautiful Housings. Modesty, R. L. Wright, sculp." From his Pen- 
cil Drawing No. 72, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

41 PAIR OF STEEL GAUNTLETS. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 35, size as No. 27, B.M., etc., as 
No. 2. 

42 LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL IN PRISON. 1823 72 

" Excellent Gauntlets, Friendship, R.L. Wright, sculp." From his Pen- 
cil Drawing No. 73, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

43 PAIR OF KNIGHTS SPURS. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 36, size as No. 27, B.M., etc., as 
No. 2. 

44 ROBERT BRUCE WARNED OF DANGER. 1823 72 

"The Brightest Spurs. Diligence, R. L. Wright, sculp." From his 
Pencil Drawing No. 74, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

45 STANDARD OF ST. GEORGE. 1823 72 

From his Water Colour Drawing No. 37, size as No. 27, B.M., etc.. as 
No. 2. 



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46 COLOURS SAVED AT WATERLOO. 1823 72 

"An Vnsullied Banner. Honor, R. L. Wright, sculp." From his Pen- 
cil Drawing No. 75, size as No. 26, B.M., etc., as No. 2. 

47 LORD RODNEY. 1830 79 

Engraved from his miniature. 

48 SIR CHARLES MORGAN'S FAMILY. 

Engraved from his miniature. 

49 LORD MANSFIELD. 

From his Water Colour Miniature by Jones. Arms and Motto of 
Baron Mansfield beneath, figure sitting near table, full face. M.A.G. 

A.B.G. 

50 H.R.H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES. K.G. 

Engraved by Jones, oval. From his water colour miniature. B.M. ; 
M.A.G. ; W.B.G. ; M.B.G. ; H.B.G. ; W.B.G. ; L.B.G. ; B.B.G. ; C.B.G. ; 
A.B.G. ; Plate in the possession of M.A,G. 

51 JOHN BRENCHLEY. 

Engraved by Jones from his oil painting. The Engraver afterwards 
became mentally afflicted and scratched through the plate. B.M., etc., 
as No. 50. Plate in the possession of M.A.G. 

52 H.B.M. KING GEORGE III., K.G. 

From his miniature. B.M., etc., as No. 50. Plate in the possesion of 
M.A.G. 

53 REVEREND JOHN WESLEY, MA. M.A.G. 

Copy of his miniature printed in oil colours by Baxter. 



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A, Monsieur, 14. 
Alexander, emperor, 9. 
Alfred, King, 46, 54. 
Altamont, Lord, 8, 14. 
Anderson, Captain, 29. 
Anderson, Mrs., 29. 

Anglesea, Henry William, Marquis, 34. 

Arlington, Mrs., 20. 

Armstrong, General, 20. 

Armstrong, Miss, 19. 

Armstrong, Mr., 54, 55. 

Ashley, Mrs., 44. 

Athlone, Frederick earl of, 36. 

Aughrim, Lord, 19. 

Aughrim, Lady. 19. 

Aust, Mrs., 7, 33. 

Auvergne, Countess, 46, 55. 

B. E., 53* ♦ 
Baillie, James, 37. 
Bangor, Bishop of, 35. 
Barber, Mr., 23. 
Banbury, Mr., 45. 
Barker, Frances, 28. 
Barker, Mr., 13, 23. 
Barry, Colonel Charles, 42. 
Barton, Esther, 13. 
Barton, Master, 13. 
Barton, Mr., 13. 

Baxter, 56. 

Becket, Mr., 21. 

Becket, Mrs., 21. 

Bedford, Francis duke of, 8, 22-24, 3^9 

45 » 49- 
Bedford, Georgiana duchess of, 21, 22. 

Bedford, Henry Charles duke of, 20, 

48. 
Bedford, John, Duke of, 21, 22, 24, 29, 

48. 
Beechey, Sir William, 23, 24, 27, 28, 

31, 32. 
Bellasio, Wyman, 33. 
Berkeley, Frederick Augustus, earl of, 

29, 42. 
Bernard, Madame, 14. 
Berry, Captain Sir Edwaid, 18, 37. 
Bellington, Mr. 47. 
Biron, due de, 13. 
Bishop, Thomas, ro, 12. 
Blandford, Marquis of, 9. 
Bligh, Honourable Mr., 48. 
Bohemia, King of, 46, 55. 
Boulton, James, 19, 49. 
Boydell, Miss, 47. 



Boydell, Mr., 29. 

Boyter, Mr., 32. 

Brabant, Duke of, 41. 

Branson, Mr. R., 24. 

Brenchley, John, 7, 33, 56. 

Bristol, Frederick Augustus, Earl of, 

29. 
Brown, Lady, 18. 
Bruce, Robert, 47, 55. 
Bunbury, Colonel, Sir Henry Edward, 

7, 12, 15, 45. 
Bunbury, Sir Henry, 15. 
Burn, General, 32. 
Burton, Master R., 21. 
Buxton, Doctor 31. 

Calcraft, Miss, 30. 

Carbury, Mrs., 27. 

Carbur)^ Mr., 27. 

Carew, Lord, 49. 

Cavendish, Lord, 47. 

Cavendish, George, earl of, 16. 

Cavendish, Lady Georgina, 16, 17, 45. 

Cavendish, Lady Harriot, 16, 17, 45. 

Chancellor, Lord, 42. 

Cliarles I. King, 10, 24, 25, 41, 45. 

Charles II. King, 42. 

Charlotte, Queen, 7, 27, 32, 46, 48. 

Chatham, Earl of, 34. 

Cheyrton, Mrs., 22. 

Chesterfield, Philipp Stanhope, earl of, 

29. 
Cholmondeley, Mr., 33, 38, 47. 
Clarke, Charles, 27, 28, 33. 
Clarke, Helen, 33. 
Clarke, Master, 27. 
Clarke, Mrs. Charles, 27,28, 29, 33, 34, 

48. 
Clouet, Abbe, 13. 
Colnaghi, Messrs., 53. 
Colville, Marquise de, 13. 
Conde, Prince de, 14, 32. 
Copet, Mr., 41. 

Comwallis, Charles Marquis of, 23. 
Crome, Miss, 33, 
Cromwell, Oliver, 50. 
Cuidad Rodrigo, Duke of, 11. 

D. F., 42. 

Damley, Earl of, 42, 47, 48. 
Damley, John Earl of, 34. 
Darnley, Lady, 47. 
Davis, lady named, 35. 
Delannis, Lord, 33. 



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Derby, Earl of, 17. 

Dethick, Mr., 33. 

Devonshire, Duke of, 8, 16, 17, 28. 

Devonshire, Georgiana, Duchess of, 

17, 29, 48. 
Devonshire, William Duke of, 29. 
Dewhurst, Miss, 13. 
Dewhurst, Rev. Mr., 13. 
Drummond, Messrs., , 10, 25. 
Dubois, Mrs. 19, 31. 
Dubhn, Archbishop of, 17,49. 
Duff, Mrs. 30. 
Duffill, Mrs. 28. 
Duncan, Admiral Viscount Adam, 30. 

E. L. F., 9, II, 13 18, 19, 22, 27, 35-37, 

43,3- 
Edgworth, Mr. 29. 

Edmeads, Rev. John, 7, 22, 23, 27, 42. 

Edmeads, Louisa Frances, 41, 43. 

Edmeads, Robert, 34. 

Egalitd, Philippe, 14. 

Egremont, John James, Earl of, 34. 

Elizabeth, Queen, 41. 

Elliston, Mrs., 37. 

Essex, W., 10, II, 12. 

Ewer, Waller, 23. 

Fairfax, Captain Sir William, 17. 

Fielder, Mary, 53. 

Fielder, Mrs. 22. 

Firman, Peter, 31. 

Fitzharris, Lady, 29. 

Fitzherbert, Jun., Miss, 1 5. 

Fitzherbert, Sen., Miss, 15. 

Fitzherbert, Mrs. 1 5, 24, 44. 

Fitzherbert, T. 15. 

Fitzwilliam, Earl, 17. 

Flushing, Mr., 49. 

Folkestone, Miss, 30. 

Forster, Doctor, 20, 29. 

Forster, Rev. Doctor, 17, 20, 37. 

Forster, Miss, 37. 

Fowler, Rev. John, 35. 

Fowler, Doctor, 17, 53. 

Fox, Honourable Charles James, 22,49. 

Franks, Thomas, 13, 14* 

G. A. B., 13, 53, 56. 

G. B. B., S3, 56. 

G.C., 3, 12, 15,33,34 43- 

G. C. B., 53, 56. 

G. H. B., 53, 56. 

G. L.B., 12,43, 53» 56. 

G.M.A., 7-12, 13-28, 30-32, 35, 36, 39- 

51,53,56,3,4. 
G. M. B., 53, 56. 

G. o., 27. 

G. W., 13, 19, 27. 

G. W. B., 53, 56. 

G. W. B., 56. 

George II. King, 47, 55. 

George III. King, 8, 9, 15, 16, 19, 23, 

24, 27, 32, 46, 55, 56. 
George IV. King, 8, 17, 20, 21, 23, 26- 

28,49, 51- 
George, Saint, 55. 

Gilbert, Mr., 34. 

Gloucester, Duke of, 16. 

Gloucester, Prince William of, 16, 53. 

Glover, Mr., 41. 



Godfrey, Mrs., 18. 

Gordon, Chevalier de, 14. 

Gordon, George Duke of, 23, 34. 

Gordon, Sir Orford, 25. 

Gourdan, Bertraud de, 47, 55, 

Granville, Earl of, 16. 

Gratten, Duke of, 48. 

Greenwood, John Durnforth, 17, 18., 

Greenwood, Mr., 19. 

Greenwood, Mrs., 17. 

Griffiths, Mr., 9, 10. 

Grimaldi, Alessandro Maria, 28, 48, 51. 

Grimaldi, Alexander, 28, 41, 51. 

Grimaldi, Alexander Beaufort, 4. 

Grimaldi, Esther, 13. 

Grimaldi, Frances, 19, 24, 25, 28, 34, 

35, 39, 43, 49, 5^- 
Grimaldi, Henry, 19, 21. 

Grimaldi, Louisa Frances, 7, 19, 23, 35, 

39, 43, 48, 49- 
Grimaldi, Mary Ann, 28, 41, 42. 49. 

Grimaldi, M. B. 4. 

Grimaldi, Stacey, 3, 7, 8, 10, ic, 13, 

21, 23, 25-29, 32, 34 36, 39-43,46, 49, 

51. 
Grimaldi, Stacey Beaufort, 28,41. 

Grimaldi, H.E.I.C, William, 3, 7, 12, 

15, 16, 19,24, 35, 39, 43, 47,48, 51. 
Grimaldi, R.A., WiUiam, i, 3,4, 7, 10, 
II, 12, 13, 14-18, 20-23, 27-29, 31, 

32,35,36,39,43,51, 53,56. 
Grimaldo, Marquess, 16. 

Harrington, Charles Earl, 29. 

Harris, Honourable Miss, 15. 

Harris, Lady, 45. 

Haselwood, Mr., 32. 

Hastings, Francis Marquis of, 32. 

Hastings, Marquis of, 35, 47, 48. 

Hayes, Captain John, 33. 

Hayes, John, 33. 

Hayes, Miss, 32, 33. 

Hayes, Mrs., 33. 

Hayes, Mrs. John, 33. 

Hawke, Baron, 34. 

Hazelwood, Rev. Mr., 30. 

Headley, Baron Charles William, 9, 

23, 35- 
Heath, Mr., 53. 
Hebe, 23 

Henri IV. King, 46, 54. 

Henry IV. King, 42. 

Henry VII. King, 10, 12, 25, 40, 46. 

Henry VIII. King, 40. 

Herbert, Honourable Miss, 14. 

Hermond, Mrs., 26. 

Herwick, Lady, 18. 

Hodgson, Mrs., 13, 26. 

Holland, Baron Henry Richard, 35. 

Holland, Lady, 19. 

Holland, Mrs., 18. 

Hooper, Lady C, 

Hooper, Doctor, ,37. 

Hopner, Mr., 16, 22, 29, 33, 35. 

Hope, Lady C, 23. 

Hornby, Edmund, 17. 

Hornby, Lady Charlotte, 17, 45, 47- 

Hughes, John Newington, 29. 

Huish, Lord WiUiam, 37. 

Huntley, George Marquis of, 34. 

Inggulden Mr., 10, 26. 



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Jean, King, 55. 

John, Miss Saint, 20. 

Jones, John, 7, 16, 33, 42, 53, 56. 

Kemble, John, 37. 
Kerr, Lord, 30. 
Kinnaird, Lord, 18. 
Knapp, Sarah Ann, 28. 
Knight, Mr. 35. 

Lacey, D. Greenwood, 33. 

Langford, Miss, 31. 

Larkin, Mr., 37. 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 11, 17, 25, 33. 

Leeds, Thomas Duke of, 17, 37. 

Leeds^ Francis Godolphin Duke of, 15, 

45. 
Linwood, Miss, 21. 

Lin wood, Mrs. 21. 

Long, Mr., 9, 10. 

Louis XI I L, King, 41. 

Lyon, Doctor, 31. 

Macarthur, Mrs. 34. 

Mahnesbury, James Harris, Earl of, 

15, 16,45. 
Manchester, Susan, Duchess of, 38. 
Manchester, William, Duke of, 22, 34, 

38, 49- 
Manners, Mr., 31, 32. 

Mansfield, Earl of, 29, 56. 

Markham, Colonel, 33, 49. 

Markham, Right Rev. Doctor, 33. 

Marlborough, Caroline, Duchess of, 34, 

48. 

Marlborough, George Duke of, 37. 

Marlborough, John Duke of, 9, 37, 45. 

Mamington, Mr. 29. 

Mayhew, Miss. 37. 

Mayhew, Mr., 37. 

Mayo, Rev. C. E. 18. 

Mayo, Rev. Doctor, 18. 

Mee, Mrs., 30. 

Melbourne, Viscount William, 35. 

Milton, Viscount, 17, 45. 

Moberly, Mr., 

Moira, Lord, 35. 

Monaco, Prince of, 42. 

Morgan, Sir Charles, 24, 42, 45, 56. 

Murillo, 41. 

Munday, Mr., 41. 

Nelson, Viscount Horatio, 9, 10. 
Nesbitt, Captain, 10, 23, 25, 35. 
Nesbitt, Mrs. 35. 
Newman, Miss, 28. 
Nichols, Mr., 35. 
Noel, Lady named, 35. 
NoUekins. Mr., 12, 26. 
North, Lord, 49. 

Orleans, Philippe due d', 14, 27, 44 
Otley, Lady, 34, 36. 

P. Major, 31. 

P. Mrs., 31. 

Paget, Lord Henry William, 34. 

Palmer, Miss, 33. 

Palmer, Sir, 33. 

Paoli, General, 18, 45. 

Paulet, 40. 



Payse, Mr. 11. 

Peacock, Mrs., 38. 

Peel, John, 34. 

Percival, Captain, 24. 

Percival, John James Lord, 34. 

Percival, Mr. 10, 24. 

Percival, Mrs., 24, 31. 

Perdita, 17. 

Perring, Sir John. 24, 37. 

Peterborough, Bishop of, 35, 36, 49. 

Petors, Mr., 35. 

Pitt, Right Honourable William, 49. 

Plato, 44. 

Pocock, George, 21. 

Pocock, Isaac, 4, 21* 

Pretender, the, 47. 

Price, Lady, 36. 

Pritchards, Miss, 37. 

Prawling, Mr., 49. 

Prouting, Mr., 

Prussia, Princess Royal of, 16. 

Pygmalion, 41. 

Quin, Mrs. 22. 

Redfem, Mrs. 27. 

Regent, Prince, 11, 12, 14-16, 24, 25, 

26, 43. 
Rembrandt, 50. 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 7-10, 12, 14-18, 

22-24, 29, 32, 33, 35-37, 45, 48, 49- 
Reynolds, Lady, 47. 
Richard I., King, 47, 55. 
Richards, Letitia, 31, 38. 
Richards, Miss, 34. 
Richmond, Charles Duke, 35, 37, 47. 
Robinson, Mary, 17. 
Rodney, George, Baron, 37, 49, 56. 
Romney, Mr., 12, 15, 16, 33, 34. 
Romney, Charles Earl of, 34. 
Rowe, Mr., 34. 
Russell, Lord William, 47, 55. 

Sabina, 44. 

Saint Asaph, Bishop of, 33. 

Saint John, Mrs., 27, 37. 

Sandeman, Doctor, 18, 22. 

Sanders, Mr., 34. 

Sanders, Mrs., 31. 

Satchwell, George, 12,29. 

Saxe-Coburg, Leopold Prince of, 26. 

Scholy. 46. 

Seton, Mrs., 27. 

Shaw, Mrs., 34. 

Shefl&eld, Baron John Baker Holyroyd, 

.37,47. 
Simpson, 42 

Smirnove, 31. 

Smith, Mr., 9, 29. 

Smith, Mrs., 7, 29. 

Smith, Harry Harmond, 25, 29, 32. 

Smith, Mrs. H. H., 32. 

Smith, William, 25. 

Smyth, Miss, '5 

Stacey, Captain Edwin, 11, 25, 26. 

Stacey, Courtenay, 26, 49. 

Stacey, Flint, 26, 42, 51. 

Stacey, Henry, 26. 

Stacey, Mrs., 25. 

Stacey, Sophia, 26, 

I Steward, Mr., 34, 38. 



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Stewart, 31. 
Stewart, Captain, 31. 
Stewart, Mr^ 25, 28. 
Stewart, Mrs., 25, 28. 
Stewart, Mrs., Captain, 31. 
Stormont, Viscount, 14. 
Stowe, Mrs., 21. 
Stroude, Captain, 19, 20. 
Stroude, Mrs., 23, 38. 
Sutton, Doctor Manners, 33. 
Syme, Andrew, 31. 
Symmes, Miss, 18. 
Symonds, Miss, 19. 

Talbot, Lord John, 46, 55. 
Tavistock, Marchioness of, 24, 45. 
Tavistock, Marquis of, 23, 45. 
Thomond, Earl of, 14. 
Thomond, Marchioness of, 14. 
Thomond, Murrough O'Brien Marquis 

of, 14, 32. 
Thornton, Edmund, 35. 
Thornton, Mr., 19. 
Thornton, Mrs., 35. 
Thurlow, Lord Chancellor, 7. 
Titian, 44. 

Torres Vedras, Marquis of, 11. 
Townshend, Lord John, 18. 
Tumeille, Mr., 10, 11, 26, 32. 
Turner, Rev. Charles, 28. 
TuriKer, Sarah Ann, 28. 
Twining, Mrs., 22. 

Una, 8. 

Uranie, 8. 

Uxbridge, Henry Paget, Earl of, 36. 

Vandyke, 10. 24. 

Venus, 44. 

Vernon, George Charles Baron, 34. 

Vittoria, Duke of, 1 1. 

Villeneuve, M. de, 14. 

Waldegrave, Countess of, 10, 25. 
Wales, Charlotte, Princess of, 11, 25, 

26, 35» 38, 46. 
Wales, Edward, Prince of, 46, 47, 55. 



Wales, George, Prince of, 10, 14, 15, 

16, 22, 24, 25, 32, 44, 54, 56. 
Wanostrocht, Mrs. Nicholas, 33. 
Wanostrocht, Nicholas, 33. 
Wanostrocht, Vincent, 32, 37, 
Waterloo, Prince of, 11, 12. 
Warwick, Guy, Earl of, 40, 55. 
Washington, General George, 17, 18. 

4S> 49- 
Washington, Mrs., i7. 

Webster, Lady, 19. 

Wedgwood, 26. 

Welch, E., 15 

Welch, Mrs., 1 5 

Wellington, 8, lo^ 12, 14, I5,'i6, 22, 24, 

25, 32, 44, 54, 56. 
Wellesley, Marquis of, 9, 35. 
Wesley, Rev. John, 12, 15, 33, 45, 56. 
Westmoreland, John, Earl of, 14, 15, 

37. 
White, Miss, 19, 20, 36. 

Whitshed,Admiral,Sir James Hawkins, 

21. 
Whitshed, Baroness Hawkins, 21, 47. 
Whitshed, Lady, 21, 47. 

Whitshed, Sir Vincent Keane Hawkins, 

21, 47. 
Whitworth, Earl of, 34. 
Wilkinson, Captain, 37. 
Williamson, Lady, 23. 
Wilson, Major, 21. 
Wilson, Miss, 
Wilson, Mr., 28. 
Wilson, Mrs., 21,37. 
Wood, Sen., Mr., 13. 
Wood, Jun., Mr., 13. 
Worlidge, Mrs., 44. 
Worlidge, Thomas, 28, 44, 5a 
Wright, Lady, 18, 22, 
Wright, Miss, 37. 
Wright, R. L., 53, 54, 55, 56. 

York, Archbishop of, 33, 49. 
York, Duchess of, 28, 45, 47, 48. 
York, Frederick Duke of, 16, 20, 27, 
28, 45- 



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